It’s dark and runs deep, however, healing and recovery are always possible while we’re still here.

While I’ll speak generally here, firstly because the lessons I’ve learned from my near thirty-five years of experience are mainly universal, and not necessarily from within the confines of my own family, as some have been observed through other close relationships in my personal life — which is to say…

Someone has watched the Nicholson classic or The Irishman one too many times for his own good.

Imagine being a grown 56-year-old man, and still touting a nickname given to you in high school, proudly and publicly.

Better yet, imagine being a so-called leader of a local labor union — IBEW 98 to be exact — and acting like a child after being found guilty on Federal…

Correction: WE literally won't and you literally can’t — at least not out loud, openly, honestly, thoroughly, and truthfully and then deal with the consequences of reality after.

I spent roughly half my life, running my mouth and the other half, with it shut tight. The irony is not lost on me, people believed me more when I was a kid — possessing little more than talk, with three idiots twice my size and half my IQ behind…

Lessons learned from mastering The Art of War, as a veteran of The Never-Ending War of Art

When I appeared far off, I was close by. Each and every move I made that appeared impulsive and wreckless, was intentionally drawn up, designed, and drafted that way. They call it deceptive, I called it strategy.

People who never fought fair a day in their life and wouldn’t know…

Brian Brewington

Writing About the Human Condition, via My Thoughts, Observations, Experiences, and Opinions — Founder of Journal of Journeys and BRB INC ©

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