My human existence is flawed. Very flawed. Most of us are, and simply won't admit it or allow others to see any glimpses of the carnality of our nature. When I was in high school, I was even more flawed than I am now, as an adult (thank God for maturity). When I got to college, I realized that I was still flawed, but not as much as I was in high school . When I got to graduate school, I was still flawed, but nowhere as near as much as I was in my undergraduate program. As I went through my doctoral program, I really realized my flaws. As an adult, now married with a new son, I realize them even more. But the common denominator from high school to adulthood was this: I continued (and still try my best to do so) to seek the path less traveled. I do this, because I find that the road less traveled tends to be the road to any and all kinds of peace, success, well-being, and serenity.
I think I'll keep on this path. And I'll blog about it, and, topics related to wellness, fitness, nutrition, and other information pertinent to our human existence.