Who I Am And Why I Write

LIFE- this is the reason I write. Let me explain.

I want to connect people from different walks of life and share our life experiences, which could be helpful to others. None of us will get out of this life without living a life. While living these lives we all experience many different things. Some of these experiences may be good, bad, life-altering, insignificant, devastating and sadly to say some may even be life-ending. Regardless of the experiences, we may not know it but, our experiences could very well help or benefit another person and lead them to live a better and more productive life.

I am a man who’s lived a life of variety. Along with this variety of life is my own personal life experiences. I want to share many of these experiences with the world in hopes that somebody else’s life will be a much more productive life.

I once heard motivational speaker Les Brown say something like this, “The Grave Yard Is One Of The Riches Places In The World.” He went on to explain the reason is that many people die every day and take their unfulfilled dreams, goals  & visions to the grave with them without ever tapping into their own full potential.

Any articles I share will be to provoke discussion, comments, likes, dislikes, shares and anything else that I think may be beneficial to others.

However, I can’t do this alone. I welcome all of my readers and followers to share in any positive way they can. I don’t care if people think differently than I do or others and want to share their opinion. The only thing I don’t want is for us to become divided because of any of my posts, comments shares, likes & dislikes.

With that being said, I’ll share one of my first life lessons. As I’ve gotten older I have come to an understanding that we as people should be able to conversate and share our opinions about a particular topic without others getting mad, upset or confrontational. Remember it’s only an opinion. Now your opinions could create problems with others if we try to force our opinions on others. As the old saying goes, “An Opinion Is Like A Butt Hole, We All Have One.” Now the last part of this lesson that I’ve learned is just because we have an opinion doesn’t mean we have to always give it.

I close with encouraging as many as possible to do and say things that will build others up and add to their lives instead of taking away from their lives.