I Cannot Thrive in Blah

I Cannot Thrive In Blah Chronologies - Excerpts - Fragments and Reflections from the Journals of Dan Abernathy

I Am Scared

I Am Scared Chronologies - Excerpts - Fragments and Reflections from the Journals of Dan Abernathy

My Breath

My Breath Chronologies - Excerpts - Fragments and Reflections from the Journals of Dan Abernathy

Let's Stand Naked

Let's Stand Naked Chronologies - Excerpts - Fragments and Reflections from the Journals of Dan Abernathy

Power Within

Power Within Chronologies - Excerpts - Fragments and Reflections from the Journals of Dan Abernathy

Tracks

Tracks Chronologies - Excerpts - Fragments and Reflections from the Journals of Dan Abernathy

Genius and Crazy

Most people will attest to the saying, "there is a fine line between genius and crazy." I believe this line is more of a slight ridge. The ridge I constantly trip on and flamboyantly stumble over. - dbA Photo: Barnacles and mussels on rope at Telegraph Cove, British Columbia. Shot with T-Max 100 film. Chronologies - Excerpts - Fragments and Reflections from the Journals of Dan Abernathy

Old School Photography

I shot this last summer using T-Max 100 black and white film, with a Mamiya 6! Old School Photography kicks some digital ass!

Boredom

Boredom Chronologies - Excerpts - Fragments and Reflections from the Journals of Dan Abernathy

The Here and There

The Here and There Chronologies - Excerpts - Fragments and Reflections from the Journals of Dan Abernathy

Complete Darkness

Chronologies - Excerpts - Fragments and Reflections from the Journals of Dan Abernathy

My World

Chronologies - Excerpts - Fragments and Reflections from the Journals of Dan Abernathy My World In this world of my own, My search for ........ is endless. My eyes forever remain open, my passion, finds no boundaries. - dbA

Magic of Light

The Magic of Light Chronologies - Excerpts - Fragments and Reflections from the Journals of Dan Abernathy

Quiet Moments

Chronologies, Fragments and Reflections from the Journals of Dan Abernathy Find more Fragments and thoughts from within my Journals on my website, Image is of real life size body print, on canvas.

Gagging The First Amendment

As I share my thoughts in this issue of The Contributor, I do so with slight confusion as to what is going on, both nationally and here in my hometown. It’s in such disarray that we need to unite and confront before the unwanted infection can spread any further. I can say this without hesitation as it is my Constitutional Right. The First Amendment The First Amendment, which was adopted in 1791, reads as follows: Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

Humanitarian Progression 1965 - 2016

When we look past the source, feel the cause and try to understand the misconception, injustice or reason and focus on the actions of the people involved, all that can possibly be seen is a horrible wrong. Try as I might, I cannot fathom why is it not being seen or felt. Americans have been dumbed down so heavily by the media and corporate dictatorships that we seem to no longer see what is being done, even when what is being done is sprayed in our faces. Each morning we wake to hear of another mass shooting, making us numb to the horrendous brutality that has developed into a daily event in our lives. We look at it as trivial and let it become so distorted that the solution and answer

Most Comfortable

Chronologies, Fragments and Reflections from the Journals of Dan Abernathy It's the hidden, deep, dark spot in me. The one no one will ever clap for. This might be the part I am the closest to. The place comfort is the most comfortable. - dbA

I'm Back

I’m not sure when it started or when it ended. It was in the 90’s, “back in the day,” which is an expression I have yet to understand. I wrote, “From The Hip,” a column for the Pinedale Roundup. It even went beyond the borders of our modest community, as it was pseudo-syndicated, finding a home in different publications across Wyoming, Colorado and Nevada. Some of you may remember it, as I did have a good readership, and thankfully, not everyone agreed with my opinions, i.e. the leaders of the Forest Service, the then Priest of the Catholic Church and an unnamed employee at the Great Outdoor Shop. I wrote what was on my mind with the hope of placing a spark of stimulation to evoke thoughts

Opinions

Opinions It goes without saying, “I will respect your opinion.” But there is a line drawn and how far does it have to be crossed before we realize that respecting an opinion is often at the coast of disrespecting someone else’s existence. I do not mind a difference of opinion. In fact I applaud them. I will however turn and shun an opinion, when it is fueled by malice and delivered with hate. - dbA

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