Dr. Zion :-) (deciding???)

Sometimes what I see in a girl can't be captured in a photo...

Sometimes what I see in a girl can’t be captured in a photo…

In 1999, I was on the phone with  Princeton University; I was seriously considering pursing my religious studies in Theology through them, and I had the grades to get in…that year saw the end of a marriage, me with three children under 8 on my own, and some serious depression!  I have the degree…I’ve written the thesis…I’m no where near who I was then.   Continue reading

Honor

titles_of_honor_1614I have earned honor, received honor, and it must be said that I have also acted dishonorably in my lifetime.  I’m stepping into something that it would benefit me to acknowledge honors I would never have considered before, because I believe a name should announce who you are more than a title.  My name is Zion, and for those who know me, I hope it means…that’s a friend you can depend on, that’s a man who is willing to go the extra mile and more, and that is a man that won’t ever believe a person can’t reach their potential, and I’ll believe in you.  I know it means:  I’ve walked roads nobody else has walked!  I’ve made mistakes; I’ve made bad choices, but I’ve made GOOD choices that overshadow all the others! Continue reading

A Season of Celibacy

A little over a year ago, I made a vow to be celibate, and I have been faithful to that decision.  I’m not convicted in a religious aspect; I honestly don’t believe sex is a sin, in any form between willing partners, for my readers who lean to conservative sides of their particular brand of worship, I respect your views, but I don’t share them.  I’ve decided to continue the practice again through 2014. Continue reading

Time to set new goals!

goal-settingIt’s that time a year for me…I need to start setting goals for the next year of things I want to accomplish, things I desire to see become a reality in my life, and things I want to begin.  I use to be very good about this, but I’ve let the practice lapse and have paid the price for my lack of discipline. Now, however, I’m tired of being listless and must renew the passion I once had for the rewards of a disciplined lifestyle, the rewards that come with a sense of accomplishment, the benefits of looking backward at the end of an achievement and knowing the joy of the victory that comes with setting goals and holding myself accountable to their accomplishment!  It’s time to renew my previous determination for achievement.  🙂 Continue reading