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The Phenomenon of Creativity

By Randy Mitchell, published on Jan 31, 2012

For those who live deep inside the world of artistic creativity, chasing that ever-elusive muse is more satisfying than the strongest of addictions. It often comes easy, like drawing an effortless breath or taking a Sunday drive along an oceanfront road, allowing the world of make believe to magically enter your bloodstream. It's thrilling, and oh so satisfying and rewarding when it happens, most likely leaving you craving and hungering for more as it leaves, disappearing like a adrenaline-filled lovers kiss. When I first began writing, doing something creative was pretty foreign to... (more)

Tags: love, creativity, passion, randy mitchell, inspirational blogs, the art of creation, expression

Mission Impossible-Ghost Protocol & Red Tails Movie Reviews

By Randy Mitchell, published on Jan 31, 2012

I recently scanned the movie section, and being the red-blooded guy that I am, two recent releases advertising some adrenaline-filled action caught my eye causing me to walk inside the darkened rooms of the silver screen. I've seen both of these movies within the past few days and thought I'd share some of my insights on both before you pluck down some of your had-earned dollar bills. Mission Impossible-Ghost Protocol: This is the fourth installment of the mega-successful thriller which actor, Tom Cruise, has made famous again by resurrecting the theme of the TV series from decades... (more)

Tags: movie reviews, randy mitchell, mission impossible-ghost protocol, red tails, tom cruise, cuba gooding jr, terrence howard

Single and Never Married

By Randy Mitchell, published on Jan 18, 2012

A really good topic, don’t you think? Well, let’s start with some stats.

According to some of the latest reports, the amount of all men who never marry past the age of 44 is roughly 21%, for women it’s 15%. Our nations divorce rate is ever-changing, but Wikipedia states that the overall numbers in the 21st century have decreased compared to the 1990’s. In 2010, it was 48 % under the age of 18, 29% between 18-19, 29% between 20-24, and 24% over the age of 25. This draws opposition to the well-used statement that “over half of all marriages end in divorce.” Clearly, the numbers decline... (more)

Tags: sex, marriage, love, relationships, dating, intimacy, randy mitchell, single life, divorce rates

Social Media vs. Flesh and Blood

By Randy Mitchell, published on Jan 4, 2012

Ever since Al Gore famously invented the internet (Ha Ha), the personal information we all share through our computers keyboards has exploded like the worlds arsenal of nuclear bombs firing off at once. Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, etc have each grown at such an astonishing rate that oftentimes these websites periodically shut down for a while trying to catch up with their increased demand. We all frequently post, like, befriend, tweet and whatever else in an attempt to share and promote our opinions and viewpoints, each vying for that coveted piece of the super information highway.... (more)

Tags: relationships, social media, randy mitchell, al gore and the internet, social media usage, computer relationships

New Years Everday

By Randy Mitchell, published on Dec 29, 2011

New Years has a special meaning to me. It’s looked upon by millions as a passage-of-the-baton, a new beginning, a time to remember events during the prior year, and a way of looking forward to making new memories. It’s celebrated by virtually everyone on the planet, and is perhaps the one day which brings more people together as a human race than any other regardless of color, religion, or political affiliation. We all celebrate it differently, and it’s by far, more than just a spot on the calendar.

New Year’s resolutions fly through our minds at warp speed during this week. Most of... (more)

Tags: happiness, hope, randy mitchell, happy new year, desires, new years eve, new years resolutions, daily wishes

A Christmas Chicken Blessing

By Randy Mitchell, published on Dec 17, 2011

Just when you thought the true spiritual meaning of Christmas had pandered to materialism, flashing lights, and political bickering over religious beliefs, an unexpected surprise and gift from an anonymous source splashes some holiday spirit along your way.

Isn’t it sad that the only place anyone ever dares talk about religious viewpoints, or demonstrates true acts of giving these days is where they’re expected (church, charitable organization)? And usually then, they only appear at certain scheduled times of the year or days of the week. So, when someone surprises you with an unanticipated... (more)

Tags: merry christmas, giving, blessings, randy mitchell, christmas stories, what would that be, christmas spirit, inspirational blogs

Politics and Bed Sheets

By Randy Mitchell, published on Dec 7, 2011

Sooner or later, while getting to know someone for the purpose of forming a romantic relationship, the subject of politics will eventually boil to the surface. You'll be sharing that bag of buttered popcorn waiting for a movie to start, chit chatting in a restaurant looking forward to your favorite meals to be served, watching the news, or lying in bed when all of a sudden sloppy smiles appear, or explosive hair-pulling begins making the gloves fly off while discussing the latest political headlines. After all politics, and probably religion are two of the most debated subjects we'll... (more)

Tags: love, dating, romance, intimacy, randy mitchell, controversial political topics, bioethical topics, political infighting, political arguments

Keeping The Right Perspective

By Randy Mitchell, published on Nov 28, 2011

Thanksgiving, Christmas, and the holidays in general give us all an opportunity each year to reflect on the people, circumstances, and things we have to be thankful for. The energy in the air during December always seems to be (at least for me) very positive and uplifting; a little cleaner and crisp, and filled with that certain charisma and charm making us more lighthearted and hopeful. Perhaps, it’s because I’m a believer, and feel that the days leading to the celebration of Christ’s birth gives me renewed hope that I’ll live again after my moments on earth are finally over. But more than... (more)

Tags: charity, blogs, greed, inspirational, perspective, perception, giving, blessings, randy mitchell, materialism

The Making Of A Hero

By Randy Mitchell, published on Nov 16, 2011

When you think about your personal heroes, what names come to mind: a parent, sibling, action figure, military veteran, or stranger you witness saving a life? Maybe it’s the elderly lady selflessly serving free Thanksgiving meals inside the homeless shelter, an ER Doctor working exhaustively for three days straight, or just someone that reaches out their car window at an intersection handing over a dollar bill to a stranger in need. No matter who they are, we all want, and wish for someone who’s larger than life.

Heroes come in many shapes, forms and patterns, and they don’t always... (more)

Tags: friendship, heroes, randy mitchell, military heroes, humble heroes, loyalty, navy seals

Treading Through Troubled Waters

By Randy Mitchell, published on Nov 10, 2011

Freedom of speech is one of our most protected rights as American citizens. However, it pains me to see how mere accusations can ruin another persons reputation, either professionally or personally, destroying a lifetime of work and effort in the blink of an eye. If the recent charges against Herman Cain are proven true, then he should suffer the consequences. If not, it will go down as one of the worst character assassinations in recent memory. Unfortunately, much damage has already been done regardless of the outcome, and many good people will be paying the price.

In our ultra-techno... (more)

Tags: sex, bill clinton, politics, cheating, randy mitchell, herman cain, political scandals, headlines, defamation of character, character assassinations

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