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- June 4, 2013
I took a risk a couple weeks ago.
I needed to.
You see, I don’t really get nervous before shows anymore, and I’m not sure that’s a good thing.
I used to get nervous a solid three weeks in advance. I’d pace around, trying to memorize lyrics, I’d practice daily, afraid of the
- June 2, 2013
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I remember when I discovered that I hated selling things.
I was a child, selling candy bars so that I could pay my way to church camp.
The myriad problems of this situation are, in retrospect, easy to list:
First, twenty kids were given boxes of seemingly limitless amounts of
- May 30, 2013
I’m writing this from the 4th floor of Centennial Hospital in Nashville, TN.
I’m half-watching one basketball team that I don’t really care about playing against another basketball team that I dislike. The sound is thin and hard to discern, because it’s coming from those weird hospital bed-tv combos where the
- April 16, 2013
The “chameleon” of human emotions. The ability to “feel” what others feel.
With empathy, just like any emotion, some are more capable than others.
ANGER: some of us fly into blind rages while others seethe.
HAPPINESS: one 8-year old who screams as she unwraps the gift she’s asked for all year, another silently
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