If you’re unable to work due to the pandemic, what are you going to do with this time you have been given?
It’s been a pretty productive week, asking the right questions.
I’m planning my Patreon launch for Leap Day. This is the script for my introductory video. Let me know what you think.
While I’m much more skeptical of true love than I was when I wrote this song, I’m still searching for it.
I almost broke a world record today. At the end of my new song Broken, there is the opportunity for a long, sustained note. The longest sustained note on record, according to Guinness, is 2 minutes and .07 seconds. I sustained mine for 21 seconds. While my attempt may seem …
Moving forward, as we continue to sacrifice our time, talent, and labor to the activities of turning our natural wealth into man-made wealth so that it can be absorbed by the ostentatious few, let us consider that pandering to growth for the sake of growth may just be the greatest insanity to ever face humanity.
I think that there is much ingrained into our popular culture and the art we create through it that speaks to what we must do and why we must do it if we wish to salvage what we consider to be society. Our task now is to explore the how, and to revel in the opportunity to do so. That is the true spirit of Christmas that we can take with us throughout the rest of the year.
I’ve spent the last few weeks organizing and scheduling, looking at my goals more intensely and developing strategies to achieve them. I tend to have some pretty lofty, multi-tiered goals so I offer this to you as a way of letting you know what this Steve McAllister guy is up to with all of his random bursts of creativity and such.
So here’s the goal…
Although I probably learned more about humanity from animals in my formative years than I have learned from most humans ever since, 4-H did lay the foundation for what I believe to be the prescription for a model human existence.
Although I am still faced with daily challenges, and do sometimes have to work to keep a smile on my face, I find it much easier when I look on the bright side of life.