Category: The Rest Diary

These feelings of Loneliness 

It’s real.

It feels like a dark tunnel.

Picking up the phone, among my few friends and having a friend in mind to call, but deciding not to call her because she hardly answers the phone on the first two to three rings, I do my best to relax my mind. But it seems tougher than I initially thought. 

The feelings of Loneliness can be tough. It takes your mind to places that you normally would advice people not think of.

You see, I’m normally a hopeful person – very optimistic to be precise. But lately, I have been having periodic feelings of Loneliness. It surprises me because on very many ‘sunny’ days, I enjoy myself + my lone times too. I normally feel like the leader of a fox pack. 

But still, it makes me wonder if stress has contributed to me having these feelings or if my anxiety medication has had an effect on bringing me in touch with my inner feelings that might have been surpresssed over the years.

I have been single for a long while. And I have also enjoyed my Singlehood.

The real question I can’t figure out an answer to is “What or who in heaven’s name am I missing?”

How do really old people manage their feelings of Loneliness? Why should I feel lonely when I have many things to be thankful for?


It’s been a while… 

I have been up to a number of things. From opening a small business to resting from the activities of the past few weeks, life has been quite interesting.

And so I hope to resume posting again.

For those who’ve missed me, it is safe to say that I’m back.

As you go out to do your thing today, I encourage you to do your best and leave the rest.

It’s okay to move at a slow pace when necessary. Let your life unfold, but most importantly, never ever give up on what your soul wants you to experience. 

Prison Break: Free Yourself By Taking the Red Pill

You are in charge of your thoughts.

Must Be This Tall To Ride

yellow saltwater fish This fish has spent its entire existence swimming in water, yet is probably completely unaware of what water is. Maybe the fish does know, and we have even bigger problems than I thought. It’s hard to be certain. And that’s the entire point. (Image/Unsplash)

We’re going to talk a little red pill, blue pill.

Not the way dudes who hate women sometimes talk about it, though.

But like Morpheus does—the impeccably dressed part-time sage, part-time badass in The Matrix.

We’re going to get a little weird. Please don’t run like I would have five or six years ago.

Try hard to not do the thing I always did in late-night college pot-smoking circles when one person would inevitably start waxing stoner philosophy, and I thought they sounded like morons and thus insta-dismissed whatever they were saying.

Because there’s this idea that I think might be the most important idea in…

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