New episode coming Tuesday
Join me as I engage in a very interesting conversation with a complete stranger on the front lawn of Independence Hall in Philadelphia, Pa, USA, as he shares his story of enduring racism, police brutality, and problems within the judicial system.
We then move to topics like humanity, Black Lives Matter, All Lives Matter, Blue Lives Matter, understanding we are all individuals with dissimilar narratives and backgrounds and that’s ok, opening ones mind, and having respect for all human beings…and after all of this…we depart as friends and hopefully have a better understanding of each other.
Monday/Tuesday targeted drop day for this episode!
I am not going to post a new podcast this week. Instead I would like to share a show I did about a month ago that is certainly worth repeating. It was called ‘Hug Somebody!’
It is roughly seven minutes long, and the message is quite clear!
We need less hatred, anger, and violence and more, much more, peace, love, and understanding towards our fellow human beings.
Please feel free to share this message with those you love and care about!
It starts with us!
So much happening today in the city. Rioting, looting, doesn’t appear to be getting better. Prayers to all.
The completion of my ride through Philly, reminiscing about friends, family, and memories gone by and the importance of making new memories and appreciating the things and people we have in our lives now.
In this podcast episode I take a ride into Philly and reminisce about the old days, and simultaneously hope to shake the mental funk of the quarantine that has me down.
Boathouse Row, Philadelphia, PA USA
So there’s been a little bit of changes going on with this site. Just trying to organize things better with the podcast and the photographs.
You used to be following FindingSubjects.org which is where all of the podcast episodes are and still will be located.
You are now following this WordPress page of FindingSubjects.com, which is the original Photo Journal page I had on here years ago with upwards of 37K people following and which I really enjoyed until lack of faith in myself and my photographs made me take that site down.
But I am back, realizing that it doesn’t matter if people like my photographs or not, I like them and I enjoy sharing them, and it is impossible to make everyone happy, so with that, I was able to buy back FindingSubjects.com from a company from China that tried to turn it into a store or something, but that’s another story.
I lost all of those followers by simply pulling the plug on this site but I am now on a very cool life Journey to share positivity and inspiring photographs and stories with you all.
It’s been a dream of mine for a very long time to reach out and communicate with people from all over the world, just because I find all of you extremely interesting.
This wordpress site, my personal journal podcast, Finding Subjects helps me live out that dream and reach people in countries I may never visit.
I had a talk about age the other day to a great friend. They said to me ‘Add ten years to your current age and tell me how you feel about that number.”
That number scared the living crap out of me, honestly. Reason being, I am stuck at about twenty six years old in my head and that isn’t ever changing, seriously, and it’s kind of a problem in a way.
The problem with that is, there’s no sense of urgency with that number, it’s as if, ‘Yeah, well, I have a ton of time left to do what I want when I want it.”
In reality, that time if you go by statistics, is starting to shrink.
What does that mean for me?
Living life even more than I currently do now, while still being conscience of my restrictions, which means, lots more interesting and cool things to talk about in the future.
So hey….thank you very much for being here. I hope you enjoy my photos…this blog…and wish me luck in creating more interesting content for you right here.
Thank you for visiting, for subscribing, for following, for listening.
This bridge spanning the Schuylkill River in Philadelphia reminded me of an erector set I got for Christmas when I was a kid.