#MillennialMonday : Donating Differently

When you hear the word 'Millennial' usually the words narcissist, distracted, superficial, whiny, incapable and a slew of other synonyms follow. What most people don't realize is that Millennials happen to be one of the more conscious, attentive and giving generations to date. They are increasingly aware of issues facing society and are more willing … Continue reading #MillennialMonday : Donating Differently

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I Quit

Quitting is looked at as such a cowardly act of throwing determination and perseverance out the window in favor of comfort and familiarity.  Growing up, I found myself either quitting things that I found too daring, scary or difficult, or avoiding them altogether. But there comes a time when you can't quit. You have to … Continue reading I Quit

#MillennialMonday : Redefining Religion

Religion has grown to hold a negative stigma in the past few years throughout our world.  This is surprising because the purpose of religion is to make us better people who live a virtuous life. However, it seems with each new up-and-coming generation, more and more individuals distance themselves from religion. Millennials, according to research … Continue reading #MillennialMonday : Redefining Religion

I Saw God Today

I saw God today, in a place I wouldn't have expected.  It wasn't a Church where most people go to connect with God, but rather a soup kitchen on the East Side of Buffalo. Having gone on Kairos, a three-day retreat aimed at helping individuals work past hurts, obstacles and failures and realize their own … Continue reading I Saw God Today

the more chapters the better

What good would a book be if it was nothing by one big, long chapter? My answer: I wouldn't want to read something that wouldn't have that much excitement to it. I wouldn't want to read anything with a lack of progression. I wouldn't want to read anything that seemed to stay in the same … Continue reading the more chapters the better