About

I mistrust words because they are supposed to (re)present reality. I can tell you the name  I was given or how I am defined daily as a student, worker, brother, friend, christian, poet, writer and still not be able to tell you what I am really about. Hopefully, one day, I will get the hang of it and I will share it…

12 thoughts on “About

  1. Thanks for subscribing to my blog. I haven’t been posting much because I’ve been focused on revisions for my novel, but I hope to get back to it soon. Congratulations on your blog. It looks great, and I look forward to reading more. ~ Olivia

    • hey,
      wow, I didn’t expect this, thanks for sending me an email. I really appreciate that, I am still new at learning the whole blogging world, this is my second attempt, but like I read about you, it’s because I desire to get published one day. I have a collection of poems ready that I am posting samples of on this blog, and like you, I am currently working on my novel, I intend to be coming here when I am slacking.
      thanks,
      Joe

  2. Aah! This shows how you excite your words in daily life. This is the best thing(truth) I have ever read on “about section.”
    You go, Jomul. You fly. 🙂

      • Never should we define ourselves. I think we should be like waves, flowing endlessly without a term to adhere. 🙂

      • yes we are. I always like to remind myself that language is a convenient but not our best tool to express ourselves. We are so much larger than what language could say.

      • Yes, true. It is a medium, and we are spirituality living in human skins. These mediums interpret our philosophies and our nature. We just have to be ourselves, that is love.

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