A Promise To Azfal – Published and Available

To purchase A Promise to Azfal click on either link: Amazon Barnes and Noble I’m excited. My first novel, A Promise to Azfal, is finally published and available to the public. Completing the book was a satisfying and fulfilling accomplishment. That being said, I was overwhelmed by the support from my family and friends. Soon, […]

The Second Coming

Part II {Read the first part in the previous post. An Overdue Conversation}   I’m fresh up out my coma… I got my Momma and my Daddy and my homies in my co’na… It’s gonna take a miracle they say… For me to walk again and talk again but anyway… I get, fronted some KIs… […]

Just When I Thought I Was Out, They Pull Me Back In

I came out about two years ago. At first, I didn’t want to come out, but I finally gained the courage to be an example to any young child who considers himself or herself to be “different.” It’s not what you think; I’m not talking about THE “coming out!” It was scary, but I finally […]

“God” Is Bad, All The Time

I can’t think of a more annoying phrase than, “‘God’ is good, all the time!” I’m an atheist, so this phrase is not only irritating, but it’s impossible; “god” is imaginary. Instead of just calling people who utter this phrase, idiots, I decided to use reason to prove the hollowness of this claim. We all […]

Thanksgiving Day 2012

Living in California, one may think that I spent Thanksgiving Day eating a turkey sub with cranberry juice, but one would be mistaken. A big advantage of having a large family is the fact that wherever you go, you’ll possibly run into some “kinfolk!” (This word is now a part of my daily vocabulary since […]

Inside The Numbers

In my previous post, I mentioned Jerry DeWitt. He is the first graduate of the Clergy Project. The purpose of the organization is to assist ranking members of religious institutions, from all faiths, with their transition to the real world. Apparently, there are many people who are leading double lives. These men and women preach […]

When WWJD Goes Bad

Most people are familiar with the New York mafia. The Commission, made up of the Five Families ruled the underworld with the precision of a hidden underground mafia organization. (Sometimes, I just don’t feel like coming up with analogies!) What people fail to realize is the fact that there was one ruling family, The Vaticano, […]

There Is Nothing To Fear

Recently, I received a recommendation to review an article from PsychologyToday.com. The piece was written by Dr. Ken Eisold and titled The Fear of Atheism. Apparently, the United States has more in common with “lesser developed” nations, than other “Western” countries. Basically, Dr. Eisold believes that most Americans are overly religious and afraid of atheists. […]

A Wish Granted

     Some people believe that thirty-three is old. To those people I say, you probably won’t live to see thirty-three; GOOD LUCK! This challenge began with a simple encounter. “What challenge are you referring to?” Read this post to catch up to speed: A Challenge. It was a beautiful day in Los Angeles (When isn’t […]