Category Archives: …about friendship

This section is about knowing who people are to you and respecting the level of relationship for what it is; Cultivating the inner circle, Caring for the middle circle and loving the world. This also entails dealing with the level of grief and loss that is bound to come of it.

Suicidal (modified)

(The introduction of this article has been modified as it was brought to my attention by a reader that my intent was lost by my choice of words.) September is National Suicide prevention month.  While there are many articles targeted toward people … Continue reading

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Loneliness is a Choice

This was a breakthrough discovery for me.  There were so many times in my younger years that I felt lonely.  In my teens and twenties, it seemed as if I were surrounded by people all the time but no one … Continue reading

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2014 in review

The stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 500 times in 2014. If it were a cable car, it … Continue reading

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Naked and Unashamed

The fear of intimacy leaves me feeling like I am naked in a very spacious, public building. There is nowhere to hide or blend in with my surroundings.  It’s just me at my bare essence.  I’m left out here waiting … Continue reading

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Last Night I Cried: Environmental Changes

The previous post was about friendship with an emphasis on developing ones inner man to become the type of friend you’d like to have. I discussed all the basic types of relationships, or friendships, that a person should have at any given … Continue reading

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It Takes One to Know One

In my teens and early twenties, like many people, I struggled with the maintenance of friendships.  I want to discuss the very important topic of friendship.  Let’s talk about some of the areas that cause us mental anguish and cause … Continue reading

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Self-value. What an interesting concept.  I’m really trying to wrap my mind around this topic so, I thought, let’s talk about it.  How do I have value if not in relation to someone else?  For example, does a diamond have value unto itself?  … Continue reading

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Freedom from Offense

In light of Independence day, I think it’s very fitting to talk about freedom, living free from offense.  I mean offense as in to be offended.  Webster’s dictionary defines the term offense like this; a) something that causes someone to be hurt, … Continue reading

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Better Together

Hello everyone. The premise of this blog is to build upon one solid foundational concept that we are “better together” as the title states. We live in the land of do it yourself, fortune 500 hundred companies, such as Home … Continue reading

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