Intuitive Anthropology: Those without need, are...
The conservation of freshwater may not be a concern for the 529 million North Americans who have plenty to drink in this thirsty world. But their ignorance certainly should be.
Our dying Great Lakes →
65% of our bodies are made from it. We can only survive for 10 days without it. Only 3% of it available on Earth is suitable for human consumption. What’s more is only 30% of that suitable 3% is accessible. The tiny fraction we’re given to live off was then turned into a toxic toilet bowl circa mid 20th century. Clearly some CEOs of the 50’s/60’s weren’t qualified...
Emotional Expressions: The Grass is always Greener...
Itching to get out of this skin, and into yours. Oh how my world would change with so many open doors.
A Day in the Life: Planning my Funeral
What a melancholy day I’m having. Perhaps it’s my new birth control pill’s way of asserting its power over that of my natural hormone’s, wiping the usual smile from my face and replacing it with a downcast frown. Or perhaps it’s the rain. Either way, I don’t much enjoy being moody when there are so many reasons to smile. Sitting here, watching the raindrops...
Emotional Expressions: A Moment of Inertia
Oh apathy, how you’re killing me. My lungs stand still, too bored to breathe. My heart slows to a crawl, too uninterested to beat. What of highs on life? I need something stronger than that. Inject the thrill that brings me back.