Tagged with writing

L3: Listen to your Intuition

Excerpt from Limitless Loving Leadership (ISBN 978-1-300-65933-4, 92 pages, $12.99) Our souls gently whisper to us all the time. The gentle, delicate nature of those whispers can lead us to overlook or misunderstand their meaning. When we don’t pay attention, the whispers become louder before turning into screams. They travel from a spiritual, to an … Continue reading

Fruition Coalition: The Year in Review

Thanks for being a part of the Fruition Coalition in 2012! At this time of year, I like to reflect on what has been accomplished. This year, the Fruition Coalition: Was re-energized by the founding director (me) leaving the material and psychological security of my  full time job Published 139 blog posts on The Activist’s … Continue reading

Censored!

The first time I published an article in an academic journal, I worked with an editor whose political views diverged from mine. He used his power as an editor to attempt to censor my thoughts by excluding sections of my work and suggesting rewrites that changed the meaning of what I wrote. I begrudgingly compromised … Continue reading

More Found Poems and an Essay

A few years ago, I took a few classes at Northampton Community College to prepare for the mostly online Ph.D. program at Eastern University. In my creative writing class, I wrote a few poems. I also wrote an essay about the joys and frustrations of publishing Ashley and Tiana. Children of Haiti Children of Haiti … Continue reading