A tale about the perils of drinking too much corporate Kool-Aid :)
They say the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over while expecting a different result. When it comes to pandering, when do you finally realize your insanity, and cut bait with that insufferable fish once and for all?
Stray Dog is that stubborn friend, cousin, parent, uncle or just the one you’ve lost touch with due to time, distance, or – pray not – pride.
Re-discovery: It could be the way the light hits you in the morning, or hearing a song you haven't heard in years. Whatever the trigger, it reminds you of that lost love, and you'll do anything you can to find it again.
Imagine someone sitting and reflecting back on the destructive behaviors he may have witnessed growing up - maybe by his own parents - responsible for all the bad relationship choices he's made and why he can't seem to stay committed but constantly wants to try.
"Good Gracious Love" is a story about a drifter reflecting upon his life and realizing, after a lifetime of fiercely protecting his own self-interests, that's all he has left.
The brain freezes the body when we go into REM. A small percent wakes during this process, leaving the rest of your body paralyzed. You finally muster up a scream and break your way out of it. You fall back to sleep with no way of knowing when it might happen again.
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Fear. Uncertainty. Doubt. Righteous anger. So many beasts within us.
Jamaica is a metaphor for breaking the chains holding you back from pursuing your passion in life. That huge thing you've been meaning to do? No more excuses.
Live My Grace explores our tenuous grip on life, and how powerful the human spirit can be - to the point where it becomes possible to achieve consciousness of our departed loved ones’ still-remaining souls.
A three-dimensional figure appears through a portal, beckoning you. You try to interpret the message, but the portal closes abruptly, triggering intense feelings of longing. What can it mean? It's up to you to finish the story.
Social Media obsession is like that guy in the shed, the neighbor you've lived next to for years but never met. Every now and then you catch a glimpse of him (or her) over the backyard wall, disappearing into that shed (or she-shed) for hours, maybe days, to escape reality, without physically having to see another human being.