A Quarantine Poem for the Hesitated & Restrained

So, I pulled an all nighter for my first homework assignment (lol) Why (you may ask)? Easy answer is COVID-19, the excuse of 2020. The real answer is… several. *doesn’t … Continue reading A Quarantine Poem for the Hesitated & Restrained

With Love and Sincerity II | Blog

Hello everyone, My last post was a paper I wrote recently for my Security Analysis and Portfolio Management class at College. My professor really enjoyed it, though it was five … Continue reading With Love and Sincerity II | Blog

A Subliminal Message of an Inevitable Return. A Short Observation

Temporarily disabled; those are a funny choice of words, now that I’ve written them. More than needed to pause a social media account. Subliminally persuasive if read unnoticed, temporarily disabled. … Continue reading A Subliminal Message of an Inevitable Return. A Short Observation

The Parents of Rhythm, Blog

Well, it’s 6:21 pm. I awoke around 3:00 am, but I didn’t sleep. I laid in bed around 2:00 am, observing my feet, wearing black socks. The room was slightly … Continue reading The Parents of Rhythm, Blog

Crabs in a Bucket [Escape Under Cover of Darkness], Photography

Alright, let’s make an effort to post every morning. Shall we? So here is a picture I took around 4:00 am: The title is Under Cover of Darkness. Super inspired … Continue reading Crabs in a Bucket [Escape Under Cover of Darkness], Photography

The Journey of a Thousand Miles Begins with One Step, Blog

Take the shot: everything you’ve ever desired is at the other side; love, Oscars, wealth. Yes, you have failed the first genuine attempt; every champion has and, trust me, there … Continue reading The Journey of a Thousand Miles Begins with One Step, Blog

Applying Empathy and Imagination to Predict Stock Market Patterns, Blog/ Part 1

Hello, (alright let me pause this youtube video with Eckhart Tolle) (my fingertips feel cold, it will warm up after this) So it’s April 1st, 2020 (10:21 am as I … Continue reading Applying Empathy and Imagination to Predict Stock Market Patterns, Blog/ Part 1