How To Read Failure To Listen (FTL)

I noticed a tiny uptick in my following and thought a brief introduction to FTL might help new subscribers. This is not your ordinary blog.  It’s filled with ideas and brilliant, controversial comments.  Think about it as a ledger of my passion.

There is no set schedule.

Sources of images vary but most will be from Pinterest or in the past google image.

Posts are usually under 500 words, a range of 250-1000 words.  Long posts become series. Unfortunately, it may takes months to finish. If you want me to complete the series, let me know in the comment section. That motivates me.

Pardon my grammar and focus on the content.   When a post is first published, expect grammar and format error, editing and minor revisions follow.

My passion for understanding conflict means my posts can be raw, satirical or provocative.

Comments are encouraged. Be ready to be challenged.

 

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