Singular Enhancement Optimization: Personal Decisions Matter

By Dan Coleman A popular unspoken belief is that living in a free society means a person is at liberty to do what one wants, when one wants, without accountability to anyone, as long as no law is broken. The following story provides evidence to reject this notion by illustrating how a young boy’s decisionsContinue reading “Singular Enhancement Optimization: Personal Decisions Matter”

Culture of Blame: Do you blame yourself or others?

By Millicent Sykes When you think about blame, what scenarios come to mind? Do you think about how your husband forgot to pick up milk from the grocery store? Do you think of how your girlfriend drank too much wine when she was out with the girls? Do you think about politicians who evade theContinue reading “Culture of Blame: Do you blame yourself or others?”

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”

Feature Story: Meeting the Artist

Time to discover an artist who is utilizing their vision and perspective to create. Who are you and what’s your brand? I’m Diego Flores, a Brazilian artist based in San Diego and my brand is… myself. I’m currently a tattoo artist and applying ink on skin is my medium hahaha, but I like to thinkContinue reading “Feature Story: Meeting the Artist”

Identification

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”

What does it mean to have a Free Mind?

By Millicent Sykes Intrusive thoughts encompassing the mind Figuring out how to feel, what to think, how to behave It’s exhausting Why not be free, embrace the moment, free the mind To be blessed can sometimes be correlated with control Having ownership with our destiny can feel comforting, however not always a possibility What ifContinue reading “What does it mean to have a Free Mind?”

Singular Enhancement Optimization

By Dan Coleman A radio or social media advertisement mentions a political theorist and author coming to your area to speak. The ad heralds the speaker as the creator of a political theory that could solve many domestic problems, solve most social problems nationwide, and even provide a solution for significant global problems. Albeit juxtaposedContinue reading Singular Enhancement Optimization”

Holidays, Anniversaries, and Death

By Charlie Taylor There’s one coming up… Father’s Day This is a time where we think about our relationship with men, no matter gender, sexual identity, sexual orientation, and/or nature of relationship Men created the world, right? Who sets the tone then? I can say for a fact, EVERY SINGLE PERSON, has been harmed byContinue reading “Holidays, Anniversaries, and Death”

Connection and the Heart Chakra

By Millicent Sykes “Wherever there is a human being, there is an opportunity for a kindness.” -Seneca Throughout my experience with yoga, self-reflection, and an application of values, I routinely return to the intention and purpose of life. Often times, I consider wisdom, love, and the pursuit of happiness. Currently, I have become fixated withContinue reading “Connection and the Heart Chakra”