A few months after the pandemic hit America I began to see many jokes and memes and feel a general sentiment from friends and family about how much 2020 sucked. While indulging friends while they did this, I never really got on board. With a shoulder surgery in January to fix a shoulder that continued … Continue reading Gratefulness for 2020
On Thursday last week, I was moving a very heavy deep freezer which had been converted into a kegerator out of my house. It slipped from my left hand, and in the split second that followed, my life has changed quite a bit. In that split second, I lifted my left leg quickly in an … Continue reading Amor Fati
Last night at dinner with friends, Jungian Archetypes was brought up. Coincidentally, the four of us were in the four quadrants and even more so, we were sitting at the table to perfectly fit the diagram below. As on conorneill.com It turns out that I am a sage, while my wife is a ruler. Sitting … Continue reading The Sage
Sharing feelings for some of us is difficult and stressful, and often takes a good bit of strength.
Searching for truth in media, analyzing the Media Bias Chart, commentary on Chernobyl, a Stoic and Christian response to the restrictions regarding stay-at-home orders, and a solution to last week's Riddler Classic.