“But I think the real miracle is not to walk either on water or in thin air, but to walk on earth. Every day we are engaged in a miracle which we don’t even recognize: a blue sky, white clouds, green leaves, the black, curious eyes of a child—our own two eyes.” -Thich Nhat Hanh

Singular Enhancement Optimization: Impact

By Dan Coleman What is in it for Moi? A natural question for almost any proposed change. Who would fault those potentially impacted by change for thinking it. Fewer would fault those for verbalizing it. An article was published recently introducing a new political theory called Isolation Moderation – one that carries a very likely solutionContinue reading “Singular Enhancement Optimization: Impact”

The Cocktail Party

By T. S. Elliot … we die to each other daily.  What we know of other people Is only our memory of the moments During which we knew them. And they have  changed since then.  To pretend that they and we are the same  Is a useful and convenient social convention Which must sometimes beContinue reading “The Cocktail Party”

The Truest Words

By Millicent Sykes The ones that cut deep, to the core The words we say to ourselves when no one is listening Words, phrases that our inner being attempts to dispel A judgement we hold and hope no one sees A message our behavior attempts to prove wrong When echoed by others, our insecurity isContinue reading “The Truest Words”


By Millicent Sykes A phrasing of love A way of stating acknowledgment of one’s existence, of one’s value, and of one’s importance Sometimes that external factor can be significant to the one who currently feels empty, numb, and vacant Pedaling through life filled with mediocrity, mundanity, and repetition Having a serendipitous moment of excitement, spontaneity,Continue reading “Validation”

Reality v Fantasy

By Millicent Sykes Does it suck so much that there is a need to escape? Most would say yes.. Substance use, technology, movies, books, work, embodying a decadent life It sure does look like a fun why to experience time ticking Straying from categorizing addictions, and instead moving toward comprehension Boredom seeps in and theContinue reading “Reality v Fantasy”


By Barbara Sykes Coral red blaze glowing on the water Making the horizon warm and inviting Your eyes glimmer in the moonlit sky Staring at the stars brings a calming effect over me Thoughts drift like the thin clouds above I wonder what you’re thinking The crash of the waves against the banks fill theContinue reading “Sunset”

Accept the Truth

By Millicent Sykes “You are not what they want so why don’t you accept it” “The times have changed, why are you still talking about it?” “Why do you still care?” What is the truth and does it matter? These are questions I often ask myself? I don’t think humanity has been lost however IContinue reading “Accept the Truth”


By Millicent Sykes and Charlie Taylor How do you decide to define yourself? For some of my identifiers, they don’t go away no matter how hard I try An absurdity of behavioral responses and conceptualization of understanding “I’m checking out of your soap opera” I’m deciding to live the life I destined to be trueContinue reading “Identification”


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