Tag Archives: Sublimation

A Touch on God

I must concede that I believe in God. However, in my concession I know at this time I would likely not go to heaven. I do not believe God would deny me to enter, I just do not believe I … Continue reading

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A Touch on Sublimation

Behavioral Sublimation is a form of displacement wherein an action of engaging in a socially unacceptable behavior occurs through the allusion of engaging in a socially acceptable behavior. The most common examples among many come from military, law enforcement, and … Continue reading

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A Touch on Research

According to the State Farm commercial, “You can’t put it on the internet if it’s not true!” A short time ago I wrote a piece on “The Art of Premise”, in which I propose the challenges of determining truth and the … Continue reading

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What is your Beaver(s)…?

If I was willing to draw I have this image in my head of me standing with an angry pout and my fist raised high against a mob of people protesting smoking. Behind me; clutching to my back; begging, “Save … Continue reading

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Just a Uniform…?

During one of my first formations when I got to the fleet Sgt Dennison got in my face and yelled, “I am not your friend!” These words were committed to and we never became friends. Over the years I did … Continue reading

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A Touch on Wisdom

When dawn breaks and my mind wakes to face the day; on the table is a book; in the corner is a bag; both old, tattered, faded, and torn. Which do I reach for as I rise to live my … Continue reading

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I just wanted to go home…

In 1992 I took a man’s life. It was a precision strike to the left temple. He staggered a step; stared at me for what seemed to be a long time; his eyes glazed as he looked beyond me; then … Continue reading

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