Author Archives: Will S.

About Will S.

A nouveau Taurus, writing about my view of the world around me. From politics, to social problem, to public corruption, music and movies to pretty much anything I feel inspired to write.

Say My Name: Tyrone, by Will Saunders

The things I write here usually are serious topics that strike me or are relevant to society or a subset of our community, or I write something of major significance in some way, larger than just me I like to … Continue reading

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Since I Fell For You, by Will Saunders

I love how closely you can connect to a song and be deeply moved because of how it speaks to things, people, or situations you have faced. That’s something that is universal and everyone I know can relate to that … Continue reading

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Health Matters, by Will Saunders

The recent illnesses or deaths of some notable celebrities – with the exception of Larry King, all of whom are middle-age men, highlight the need to pay more attention to our minds, bodies, and our overall health, including our mental … Continue reading

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Mass Shootings In America, by Will Saunders

   There are many examples of mass shootings across the United States, many of which result in the deaths of victims. I won’t list them or single any of them out here. You can look that up for yourselves if … Continue reading

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Comfort Zone or Growth Zone, by Will Saunders

“Walk by faith, not by sight” One of the greatest challenges to my comfort zone is attending a social event when I only know the person who invited me. If you ever invite me somewhere and that is the case, … Continue reading

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Gratitude, by Will Saunders

  I love receiving gifts. I’m always the biggest kid in the room when I get a gift. Getting them for no reason is always nice, but I like getting them also for special occasions, such as my birthday. Happy … Continue reading

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Bigfoot: Real or Fiction? by Will Saunders

Lots of people believe Bigfoot is real. There are many delegations that go on expeditions looking for this creature that, I think, is nothing but mythical-level folklore. But many don’t view it as folklore. Whether they call it Bigfoot, Yeti, … Continue reading

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Lent is Almost Over, by Will Saunders

Well, let me clarify. The Lenten period is almost over, just two more days remaining. Lent began on Ash Wednesday and ends on the Thursday night that precedes Good Friday. For 2019, that is March 6th through April 18th. If … Continue reading

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Salary Negotiations, by Will Saunders

Take a look at job boards. There are a lot of them. Some are generic — everything you want in one place no matter the type of job you seek. Some are regional. Some are specifically for positions within a … Continue reading

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Adult Children: We’re all the same inside, by Will Saunders

Adults carry on many of the same cliquish behaviors that are common for children. They say we are who we are by the time we reach the age of seven. That’s probably very true. I encountered something that solidified this … Continue reading

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