Work continues to keep me busy. We launched a new onboarding program and the new learn platform. I'm feeling burnt out, which is unfortunate because our new vice president and the chief executive officer are visiting next week. We've all been talking about Will Smith slapping Chris Rock. Marvel released "Moon Knight" on Disney Plus. … Continue reading April 3, 2022
A sudden fracture within the norm gave way to an unexpected tragedy. A single infection shut down the world. Despite the unprecedented events, we sought peace and equality. Our reality is now planted in a virtual world. A King showed us the meaning of strength and commitment; a loss we cannot recover. Politicians forsaking the … Continue reading 2020
The coughing sounds of war decimated our normalcy. Cloudy mornings and evenings; in darkness, we feed on charity. Hopelessly, our wandering through the night. We won't see the light until another election season.
We wished upon a falling star, but our hearts fell into darkness. The yellow brick road led to dystopia, our ideas designed from deception. Legislative voting is now life insurance; our time is unprecedented, a pessimist's dream, an optimist's nightmare.
I have a little cash in my pocket. We needed some canned goods and wine. They won't take my money because there is no loose change: quarters, pennies, nickels, and dimes. Cash on-hand has no value. I have no credit nor digital currency to exchange. In eighteen months, will this situation remain?
End of the Line
We have reached a turning point, but there is no change to the story. Every moment is negligent escalation and tortured minds. Soon, we will run out of our meager provisions. Tomorrow we arrive at the end of the line.
Leadership is an absent trait. Someone said, there are things more important than dying. Wealth is an addiction. Reports of victory exaggerated. They've corrupted the formula, and something ominous looms around the corner.
A crisis is a catalyst for disruption. Disaster leads to the acceleration of change. Do you feel that? Our homes are still shaking. We bargain with broken scales. The sand darkens the sun; we lost our disinfectant. Do you hear the sound of the swarm? It's knocking on the door.
Words distract our intelligence to obscure what is shown. Everything is sleight of hand. They are not wearing any clothes.
Breathless in the Great Recession
COVID-19 continues to affect our way of life. My brother informed me that his father-in-law passed away due to the virus. States are lifting their shelter-in-place ordinances, and people are massing within their social circles. Alleged experts are warning of a resurgence in cases. As if things weren't bad enough, there is a report of … Continue reading Breathless in the Great Recession
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