Tag: authenticity

The elusiveness of truth

  This past week I sat with a human resource staff member to discuss certain work situations that had arisen over the last few weeks. As is typical, the work situations involved a lot of she said, she said and so on. At one point in the conversation, […]

There’s no guaranteed lightswitch

Instability Rickety slates The air empty of fate Sprinting through the heavy doors Blinded by the darkness Dizzy spots fill the irises Blood pressure rises The boogeyman awaits The city lights but a flicker in the highrises There’s no guaranteed lightswitch There’s no real life insurance Just forbearance and weighted […]