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Birthday and Pride Donation Class at One Down Dog for LA LGBT Center – June 9, 2018

How lucky to be alive another year. The last year has been an introspective year where I have been deciding and discerning where to prioritize my energy and love. Instead of writing publicly for my blog, I have brought on a daily individual reading and writing practice.  I have spent a lot of time learning,… Continue reading Birthday and Pride Donation Class at One Down Dog for LA LGBT Center – June 9, 2018

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Why my initial morning reaction to SCOTUS was one of cynicism? 

Equality may be prescribed by law, but shifting hearts and minds is a grander battle. Congrats to the US for providing the foundation for change.  To be quite frank and honest my immediate morning reaction before coffee was one of cynicism rather than excitement, but that is of course changing by the minute(perhaps seconds). One… Continue reading Why my initial morning reaction to SCOTUS was one of cynicism? 

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Colorblind Man In Search of Rainbows

Many say it is “sad” once they are convinced that I have decreased ability or inability to see color, or perceive color differences, under normal lighting conditions. But what I truly find to be sad is that when there is a beautiful rainbow out, I will in fact, never see all seven rays. However, I am undoubtedly able to feel a heightened state of emotions such as joy and excitement with the sight of one. I have come to make meaning of what a rainbow is to me. In fact, I too, as a colorblind, can appreciate a rainbow, even though I only see 4 or 5 of its rays.