The love of the game.

As everyone knows, a helicopter went down on Sunday and the world has lost a basketball legend, his very talented daughter, and seven other lives. I feel for all of their families. Of course, in this tragedy, many people bring up the rape allegations and case against Kobe and downplay his death. And then there’s obviously the people who try to tell others who their heroes should and shouldn’t be. It’s sad some people aren’t open-minded and compassionate enough to understand why so many fans are hurting right now. Well, me being me and seeing the bigger picture, I’m obviously about to tell a story that has nothing to do with Kobe. Because his death is much deeper than that.

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Crossroads at 32.

Writing this specific post has been quite the journey for me. I’ve worked on this draft everyday for the past six days, struggling to find the right words for what I wanted to say about this book that I had finished reading the day that I started writing this draft. This post has gone through multiple drastic changes, and my thoughtsRead More »


Here we are. We made it to another year and a new decade. If the last few weeks of 2019 and the first few days of 2020 say anything about how my year and decade are going to go, it’s hard for me not to be excited about life and all its possibilities. As many people already know, I’m taking a break Read More »