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Arpeggio's Blog

Human Complexity

Posted by , 23 January 2015 · 235 views

I’m no stranger to ignorance; I live in Tennessee after all, but today a friend asked me a question that really made me think. She asked if I ever thought about being a girl since I was biologically female. Now it may come off as a simple yes and no question, but it’s not. The truth is, sometimes I identify as having female qualities. Sometimes I even won...

It's not much.

Posted by , 17 August 2014 · 246 views

First I read about Trebs, then Robbin Williams, I never knew how mortal I could feel until recently. You see, I never met either Robert or Robbin, but I feel the pain of loss of someone who was part of my life. I’m truly devastated.

But then I remember what John Green said about infinity:

They were both a part of my own infinity and I cannot word how th...

My beef with NA/AA

Posted by , 22 July 2014 · 275 views

It's no secret that I'm a drug addict, and I've been going to Narcotics Anonymous for a couple of years now, but I finally decided to stop going because it just doesn't work for an atheist. The whole system is flawed. I tried just about everything including alternating my "higher power" to something other than God, yet, they still shove God down my throat...

Drugs are bad, mkay.

Posted by , 21 January 2014 · 310 views

Legit. I've been sober for some time now, and it's still a battle everyday to overcome those cravings. It's like an itch just barely out of reach. That twitching desperation. Yet, I'm not scratching so I figure I have some right to major gloating.

Oh yeah, oh baby, I'm the bomb.

Not really. The fact is, I'm not satisfied with just being sober. There's a...

Shoe Thief

Posted by , 23 October 2013 · 243 views

I've been volunteering at the community kitchen for a couple of years now, and I've gotten to know a lot of the homeless people who come in there, and one of them is Franklin. He's in his 60's and can't really take care of himself, but he's really nice to everyone. This morning he came in for breakfast barefoot, and I asked where his shoes were since it w...

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