Featured Blogger: Kendall F. Person

I  first met Kendall F. Person in July of 2015,

I left a comment on Kendall’s blog about mental health and Kendall’s response was to write a post about Dissociative Identity Disorder.

Kendall is one of the most genuine and honorable people I have the pleasure to know.

This month’s featured blogger: Kendall F. Person.

“Rob invited me to formally introduce myself to his blogging community of friends and readers on Art by Rob Goldstein.

Some of you already know me but for those of you who don’t, my name is Kendall F. Person from The Neighborhood.

I began the Neighborhood in 2012.

It is my privilege to work with some of the best writers, musicians and artists on the Internet or in the underground.

The artists who collaborate with each other on the projects we organize create a blog post that we call a performance.

Our goal as a community is to bring a sense of theater to what we do; the kind of theater that invites the audience to join the show.

The Neighborhood, has taught me that when people dedicate their talents to the common cause of making a better world we have the power to do anything.

Rob also asked me to discuss The Neighborhood’s  ‘Week of Peace’.

I am driven by the idea of peace and consider myself an activist. 

My skill as a writer is a gift and a way for me to make a contribution
to the World.

The best way to understand The Neighborhood is to visit this community of writers and artists to see what we do.

So, please take a peace sign and click the link below to join the discussion
already in progress:

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7 DAYS: OUR WEEK OF PEACE * DAY ONE: NATIVE AMERICA

A week of Peace: Day Two

The Neighborhood

psy phi

I do not consider myself homeless. I could not find Peace anywhere else, so I moved back to nature and I am at Peace here. The elements watch over me. And in return I give back. The old owl alerts me to danger. And when it was drowning, I saved its life.

You have to give something back. Otherwise, it doesn’t work. If you ever want Peace, you have to find it in yourself and then being willing to do whatever it takes, to give Peace away. – Psy Phi, a homeless Native American

Guy White
DAY ONE: NATIVE AMERICA
PRESENTING NADINE JORDAN, SACRAMENTO

 

“1855 a cool night, she moves swiftly, following the road marks of the Underground Railroad, freedom is ahead. The promise of a new life, but she is afraid and a lone. The darkness crushing her tightly, only the light of the moon shining on her path.  As…

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