The Evolution of Questioning


I was taught to question. No, this is not because I am “middle class” as some of you bigots would say, but because I seek to adapt and evolve to a better, brighter, and more fulfilling tomorrow. I truly want the best for most and have struggled intensely to find some answers to my questions of where, what, when, why, how, and who with regards to the future of our planet and the life residing on it. I hurt myself everyday doing my best to find a way, any way, to heal the pain I feel across the world.

If you enjoy a good read, and have an open mind, I believe you will find this enjoyable.

Link: A Day At The Park


About alishacostanzo

Wife of a disabled veteran, Alisha Costanzo writes about PTSD, gender norms, environmentalism, violence, and conformity. With a mutually-fueled passion to change the world one person at a time, she often writes about her husband’s rants, conspiracy theories, and trains of logic that seem absurd until the connections line up, and mixes them into her obsession with cooking, coffee, and pop-culture monsters.

Posted on March 26, 2013, in Uncategorized and tagged , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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