Category: Philosophical Ramblings

These blog posts deal with issues that are more intellectual, theoretical, or ethical in nature.


Blame Game: Pointing Fingers

Whenever plans fall apart, the first thing a lot of us do is try to find someone to blame. Though playing the blame game is a natural response, it is the least healthy response. It can foster trust issues and shows a lack of responsibility.


Passion Followers: Living A Fulfilled Life

Throughout all of our lives, we dream of what our lives could be. Some people live their day to day lives while others chase after those dreams to make them come true. Those passion followers work to make their visions into reality, and that new reality can sometimes create a huge impact on the whole world.


Legacy Building: How Will You Be Remembered?

As I heard about yet another celebrity death this past week, I started thinking about how different people have different views of other peoples’ legacies. While some people only remember the bad things someone did, other people only see the good. We all should have a mind toward legacy building. Our legacies are the only things left behind of ourselves after we are gone.


Validation Arrows: Pointing Toward Our Path in Life

Many times in my life, I have found that certain events seem to have overlapping purpose. Sometimes it is from something I have read recently or from conversations with others. These ideas mirror things that I have said, written, or that I am currently thinking. These signs, these validation arrows, are meant to reaffirm our thoughts, feelings, and decisions.


Relationship’s Purpose: Reason, Season, or Lifetime

Throughout our lives, we will have many different relationships. Some of these are only for a short time, while others can last a lifetime. Sometimes, we may need to consider a relationship’s purpose. Was it part of our lives for a reason, for a season, or for a lifetime? Having had three serious romantic relationships as a young adult, I feel that each of them fell into one of these purposes.