Why People Pleasing Behavior Slowly Robs Us of Our True Self

Sitting in a dark room surrounded by silence, your thoughts focus on a feeling of loneliness. You feel trapped by the demands of the people who surround you daily. Everyone wants something from you. Your time is not your own. You want to say something, to speak up about the pressure you feel, but you...

How Looking For Nothing Can Provide Us Something We Need

Photography by Bradford Chase Photographers use several concepts to create photographs which stand out from everyday snapshots. Some of these photographic principles work in everyday life helping us see our world in a clearer and more perceptive manner. I have a perfect example that only takes a few minutes to read through, and it’s worth your...

Essential Ideas About Living Life To Its Fullest

A quick flash of oven-like heat enveloped my head, carried by a thunderous sound, then silence. With another quick roar, the floor beneath my feet pushed up against me and the sensation of floating overwhelmed my body. I heard a laugh, but not one that follows something funny. This laugh was soulful, like I might...

Passion and Water; A Reflection that Works.

The elderly man shuffles slowly down a deserted street, fatigue weighing heavily on his shoulders. The broom he pushes falls without ceremony to the ground as he grabs to his hat. Gusting wind sends old paper wrappers and an empty can clanking down the empty street before it. Cigarette butts litter the sidewalk, mixed with...

Finding Direction In Life

I like to wander. As my photography website indicates (WanderingPixels.com) I am fond of the idea that wandering is an acceptable form of travel planning when you are comfortable not always knowing where you might end up or what will unfold as the day progresses. Wandering through the woods not too long ago, I glanced...

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