Bonfire Thoughts: an open letter

I think I know why people leave self-reflection for the week before the new year. Not the small reflections, you understand - not the "why didn't I learn this the last time I did it" kind - the big self-reflections. The "why is this a habit I'm perpetuating" kind. The "how has my life come [...]

The Worrying Game

Worrying for many (especially over-thinkers, like me) has the potential to become a full time job. The brain jabbers away below the surface of whatever else is going on in life, soaking in the view and coming up with the worst possible situation at any given moment. On a whim, at the snap of a [...]

The Yellow Submarine

Like a bolt of lightening, it hits you - your glaring lack of integrity - you've screwed up. Again and again, you hold yourself to outrageous standards and unrelenting expectations, neither of which you've had the strength or character to achieve. You're sinking, slowly, like a submarine, but you don't realize, you don't want to. [...]

The Red Bull

Nonchalant and reluctant, "pompous" my dad used to yell, slowly, gradually I gathered a series of "had I known" moments, now, as I write this, I whisper to myself "had I known" and with that, I bite my tongue, with my head plunged downwards in shame, uncertain of which excuse to give. It all seems [...]

The Grey area

It’s so easy to look at something as insightful or inspiring, and respond β€œPreach!”, as though we’re confirming an absolute, rather than looking at it as what it really is; an opinion soaked in a lifetime of personal circumstance, culture, and outside influence. I’m afraid of those words which seem too good to be true; [...]

A winter tale.Β 

She was the type of girl you never got tired of staring at, the cold vibe, full lips, stunning legs, there was something about the mysterious vibe she had that made it impossible for you not to want to know her. People will be people, and people tried to define her, slap labels, titles, false [...]

Amazing Reality: This Will Blow Your Mind

Welcome to RICHINI

The world is a noisy, overcrowded place

Building momentum for performance is often an uphill battle.

What makes a man really successful in a noisy world?

What gives him the ability to perpetuate success regardless of his location?

How can a man transform his world and walk in divine excellence always?

It has been proven empirically that a man’s ability to control his inner environment is usually the difference between success and failure.

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