the still, small voice

June 18, 2019Musings: Lists + Docs, Sticky, Twitter

A poem, remembering my mother. the still, small voice  In the moments between–“I just can’t believe this.” To live without –to live no longer. When I am awake, my heart murmurs forward. Then into slumber, I yearn to go back. I rest upon the path forward. I see holes you cannot fill. My breath trembles– … Read More

Searching for Opportunities in Urban Planning and in Community Development

May 31, 2018Musings: Lists + Docs, My Activities, Projects and Artwork, Urban Planning

I wear many hats… As such, I am eager to get better involved by volunteering, giving, and familiarizing myself with community development organizations and urban planning firms within the City of Baltimore. I’m open to projects like: Community Profiling and Scoping Neighborhood Plans Framing branding statements, promotional text and fliers Database development to help list … Read More

Civic Engagements

May 31, 2018Literary & Language, Musings: Lists + Docs, My Activities, Projects and Artwork, Public Art, Religion, Urban Planning, Wellness

I am active in my community on three fronts: volunteering, financial donations, and employed engagement. As a nutty list-maker, I’ve written-out my leadership positions followed by yearly or monthly giving to local non-profit organizations. For an additional list of companies, influencers and associations that grab my attention, browse my Twitter Lists.

What are the best things to do on weekends as a student at the University of Maryland?

August 10, 2017IRL: Place-Locales-Artists, Musings: Lists + Docs, Twitter

My answer to ‘What are the best things to do on weekends as a student at the #UniversityofMaryland?’ — Justin Fair (@Soulstrong) August 10, 2017 Live like a local! Or, have a great time spending money and/or time in your own community. Here’s my list, but Maryland Milestones has a whole set of brochures … Read More

Lyrical Thoughts

June 19, 2017Musings: Lists + Docs, Twitter

Inner spoon, back massage, laughter from the other room — Justin Fair (@Soulstrong) June 19, 2017 High thread count, air conditioning, thick curtains — Justin Fair (@Soulstrong) June 19, 2017 Swallowed coughs, back itches, a contact lens that won’t come out — Justin Fair (@Soulstrong) June 19, 2017 Stern, calmed delirium — … Read More