One such man is the writer of today’s blog post. That’s right, I may be introducing the blog post, but I didn’t write it. Luke Alistar (fondly known as Matt), is a friend of mine who wrote a Declaration of Chivalry early last year. It spread like wildfire through our circle of friends and was signed by many young men in various locations.
Monday, November 12, 2012
Thursday, November 8, 2012
That’s right; I have some new blog features!! If you look over to your right, you will see a list of links. In that list I have added the Contact Me and Guest Post links. These are the new features I have added. So, let’s look each of these features individually.
The Contact Me page:
I have received multiple e-mails from friends about my blog posts, be that in the form of a positive response, a challenge concerning a point I made, or just to sends me a “hey, can you write about this?”. But, as my blog has continued to grow, I have realized that the people who are now reading it are no longer confined to people who know me and know how to get in contact with me through my multiple online venues. There are many new people, and I want to hear from them just as much as I want to hear from my friends. Which is why I have created this page for you all. Read the Contact Me page for more info.
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Wednesday, November 7, 2012
There once was a little girl who loved to run through the fields and play. One day, amidst her wanderings, she stumbled across the cocoon of a butterfly. Delighted at her find she raced home with it and watched for the beautiful creature within to emerge.
One day a small opening appeared along the shell. Crouching down over the butterfly home which she had created, the little girl prepared to wait and watch as a new life came into the world. For several hours she waited patiently and watched as her butterfly struggled to break out of its confines. With great effort it struggled to force its body through that little hole, its progress painfully slow. Then, after some time, the butterfly seemed to give up, as if it had gotten as far as it could and it could go no further.