lol live life. Screw haters.

lol live life. Screw haters.

stop trying to control everything and just let go

stop trying to control everything and just let go

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coffee and sunsets…

coffee and sunsets…

The secret of change is to focus all of your energy, not on fighting the old, but on building the new.

The secret of change is to focus all of your energy, not on fighting the old, but on building the new.

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It’s my first indie game. It’s one of those simple quick little physic escape puzzle games. Please download it if you have a iPhone. :) 

It’s free so if you like it, please share with your friends! 

Normal is an illusion…

Normal is an illusion…


I recently deactivated my Facebook. It’s been 5 months and it’s very challenging to keep in touch with long distance friends with out Facebook chat. Below is my first super long status to my RL friends in 5 months. I figure what i learned i’d share with you all here too. Thank you again to all of your here to reach out and talked to me. You made me understand that there are still many great and beautiful people out there. And the value of compassion from a stranger.

1. You will be missed. Your friends may not “like” every update or comment on every post. But your little place in their lives is missed when you are gone. Usually by people you least expected.

2. Your not missed that much. Get over your self. If there was ever a single certainty in life. It is that life will continue on. With or with out you.

3. Facebook has become the telephone of our generation. Exchanging numbers is like asking to stay in touch and giving somebody a mailing address. Then expecting them to write you a letter.

4. I bump into 2-4 of friends a week when I’m in town. I never missed Facebook at all or the illusion of closeness. When you meet people, they look at you differently. Mostly because they no longer assume they know every detail about your life.

5. Too many people mistake peoples Facebook feed as their friends day to day life, opposed to their highlight reel. When you are face to face. That illusion crumbles much quicker then you think. We all have more in common then we would like others to believe. Good and bad.

6. You realized you can’t stand at an intersection without seeing half the people holding their smart phones and looking down. When you stop using Facebook. You realize how strange our culture has become. Instead of connecting to a person right beside you, we all look down thinking we are connecting more. When in reality we toss up virtual walls at every single opportunity.

Do not put Facebook on your phone. It will only limited your desire to connect with new people.

7. If you resent, become jealous, or hold negativity towards somebody because of what they put on Facebook. The issue isn’t them - IT’S YOU. 250-500 letters does not define somebody, nor does their attempts at being funny. Allowing your self to do that says much more about you, then it says about them. They were just trying to better your day. You choose to instead judge them.

8. Meeting people with perfectly crafted Facebook profiles only makes them seem more flawed in person. That’s okay, that is what hugs are for. I find it’s a perfectly acceptable way to remind somebody, you were friends with them before they received 10-20 “likes” per status update and became certified cool in some peoples books.

9. Blogging has made me see the value of proofing. Where Facebook never did. I’d like to personally, honestly apologize to every copywriter, project manager and accounts person I’ve ever worked with. I’m sure I haunt you in your nightmares til this day. I’ve had multiple careers in 3 different design mediums. I may need to borrow somebody’s Costco card to buy apology cards in bulk.

10. I missed you all. Even you creepy creepers who never talk. I only added you because I have interacted with you in real life. Thank you for adding me and allowing me to witness the pieces of your life story you choose to share.

As for where I have been? I don’t know where to begin - So I won’t. The last 5 months have been a second life time.

I have gotten lost in places few have found. Found love comes slow and goes too fast. That allowing somebody to love you is as important as your love for them. That compassion unifies us. Talk less. Listen more. Felt waves of two oceans of two different shores under my feet. Apologies do not make me weak, failing to apologize just shows lack of strength. That having the character to do great things, should also come with the humility to not make make others feel bad about themselves.

And after watching a stranger kill them self literally in front of you. In one of the poorest areas in the city, while on your way to work at one of the greatest symbols of excess of our time. Serves as a sober reminder that while I relentlessly pursued accolades, titles and wealth to satisfy my ego. That the greatest thing I could achieve is already in my means- smiling at a lonely stranger. So they don’t feel alone, unimportant or meaningless in a world that has more then enough love to share. I am glad I have recently started to do that again. Something I wouldn’t have if I spent every available second staring at my Facebook feed on my iPhone.

Peace Love Unity Respect.

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OMG this is such a great video. :) Enjoy!

DREAM!!! :)

Great motivational video… You are great. DREAM BIG!