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The Recycled Pirate

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Andrew Kirchner

I will always remain me

I am not afraid to show myself. I never was... However, I was taught to fear others and the words they might speak. The thoughts they might think. My inner struggle however kept repeating: "I am not responsible for what... Continue Reading →

Turning the page (A Pirate’s Look at 40)

With all this in mind, it hurts. I'm hurting. I feel I failed. I feel I've lost a some parts that I could have won. I know these are "just" human doubts, but still, let me share my thoughts.

The Yoga and I. We are alive.

Nobody can offend me, hurt me or touch me unless I let it happen. Nobody can make me happy, create a smile or make a success of my day unless I make or let it happen. I'm in balance to accept the bad and rule the good.

It’s just one bad day in a beautiful life

You don't recover from a spinal cord injury. I don't, apparently. No worries, I know I'm lucky to be alive. I'm lucky to not sit in a wheelchair. And most off all, I am lucky that I know how to deal with physical limitations. How to accept a lesser day and not let my mind control my thoughts Some day you wake up and you feel: "NOT TODAY!"

I love me, but I love us more.

I took the obligation to fight as a knight and rebel as a Pirate, both warriors for their cause. I don’t divide. I unite. I don't listen to Ghandi, Bob Marley or Nelson Mandela. I live them.

The Pirate’s Manifesto

Grow Stronger: Learn your weakness. Fight with your power and grow your strength. Body, mind and spirit. Push yourself harder than you have ever done before, for you need results you never thought you were able to achieve. Get Smarter:... Continue Reading →

The poet in me

The poet in me doesn't like to call himself a poet, nor a writer. (He loves to be called one though.) He doesn't like to make too much fuss about words or grammar. (About anything, pirate remember...) Those are rules for other mortals that I don't abide by.

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