Spiritual Sobriety – An Introspective: Prologue

One of the finer points of The Zephyr Lounge is that it is a haven for my opinions and beliefs, and how they pertain to popular culture and current events. After some deliberation, and a conversation I had with my wife last night, I have decided to create a series of posts chronicling how I got to this point, a mentality that I refer to as “spiritual sobriety”, which I will write in a very confessional way. As if I were talking to a priest, I suppose.

These stories will probably present me in a somewhat negative light, but I feel they are relevant to understanding what I write about and why. They’re a chronicle of a time when I lived in a drug-induced haze, riding a river of liquor here and there, and making decisions that were reflective of such carelessness. In a sense, I’m writing memoirs.

With these posts, I’m also going back to my old setup, and including quotes at the beginning of each post that pertain to the information. Needless to say, I enjoyed doing that, and have no idea how or why I deviated from it.

Anyway, since there is a lot of storytelling to do, I’m going to keep this brief. I hope that these posts will help to better understand why I think the way I do and why I choose the topics I choose to write about. I think these will better help my readers follow The Zephyr Lounge beyond just the words that are written, but what they mean.

Thank you, and cheers to you all.

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About Robert L. Franklin

Ah, the About Me section - social networking's excuse for you sounding like an elitist prick. Hmm... what to say? What to say?
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