Hey there motherfuckers! Welcome to my first blog post.
For a while now I’ve been thinking about blogging. I decided to stop thinking about it, step out of my comfort zone and start doing it.
So here it is, My Human Experience.
I’m fascinated and passionate about this complex experience we’re all going through called life. We all go through similar events, emotions and periods in our lives but at the same time, we also have unique experiences to our personal situations. We all have our opinions and views on life. I feel that we are at a point in human history where connecting and engaging with each other is at an all time high with the Internet and all the social media platforms out there. I enjoy connecting on social media, but I feel that I have more to share than memes, selfies and food pics (I’m still going to do that though).
I want to share the experiences and knowledge I’ve gathered so far having gone through 35 years of life. There’s no manual or “Life for Dummies” book on how to navigate life, we all learn through our experiences or others experiences and what we were taught. We learn through failure and success, from friends and family, from public figures, from trial and error. There is no real right or wrong way to go about life; the possibilities are limitless.
What an amazing and weird adventure we’re on.
First and foremost for me, this blogging endeavor is about personal growth. Like I said at the start of this post, I’m stepping out of my comfort zone, exposing myself, my views, my opinions, and my experiences. At the same time, I hope to inspire, connect, entertain, provoke thoughts and engage with as many people as I can. In a perfect scenario, I want to have a positive impact on people who will read my blog.
I’m no guru by any means. What I am is a husband, a father of three, a brother, a friend, a colleague, a free thinker, a spiritual being, a student of life, an activist and that’s just scratching the surface.
Follow me as I navigate and figure out this human experience. I hope you enjoy the ride; I’m sure I will.