A Reflection on Collegiate, and Present, Consequence

I was up all night doing cocaine before a 5am conditioning session with the football team.

20 minutes into the exercise, I blacked out and woke up in the hospital.

The doctors had me stay overnight to be observed. My Mom flew halfway up the east coast to make sure I was alright. Continue reading A Reflection on Collegiate, and Present, Consequence

“Imperfect” (How I Utilized the Energy of Depression to Write a Book)

Coming soon on Inside the Minds Eye Podcast: A conversation with Jennifer Ann Butler- writer, doodler, and intuitively spiritual savant. Butler has spent most of her life struggling with depression. Last October, she began the arduous process of weaning herself … Continue reading “Imperfect” (How I Utilized the Energy of Depression to Write a Book)

Fate, Destiny, & God: In Search of Truth

Just as the cosmos expands exponentially into infinity, creating and evolving itself, so does the human mind… A visual excursion into the minds of “Good Guy” Garrett Golden & Adam Abramowitz Written by Garrett just prior to filming: “It’s 1:05pm. Good morning. I’m just waking up, dislike it much I do. I’ve been extremely busy this past week between work, Thanksgiving holiday, and moving into a new home. Today is Saturday, and it’s almost over. Sleeping this late into the afternoon is not worth it to me. It was not worth staying up till 5:30am and wasting away my day. … Continue reading Fate, Destiny, & God: In Search of Truth

Fiber of the Paper: In Between the Ink and the Stars

“In this place of uncharted pathways: journeys, destinations, thought, emotion, this uncharted dimension that begins where the flesh ends, I found something. This something, is something of that that I know not of what. It’s a place of peace, a place where the meaning of judgment is not in existence. A place where being lost in a jumble of words, lost in a downpour of emotions, a place lost in undisturbed thought, is really a place of knowing exactly where I am.” Continue reading Fiber of the Paper: In Between the Ink and the Stars