We all face many trials in life. There are no answers with rose-colored-glasses view to life, because we live in an imperfect world where things happen unexpectedly. Multiple Sclerosis happened to me and it has changed my life. One day I was able to do martial arts and live action role play where one of the characters I played was in armor wielding a sword and shield and the next I'm trying to figure out why my left arm doesn't work correctly.
I believe we were created to be social by God. Even before believing this, I kept trying to find the place where I fit in. I like my alone time, but I am definitely not a loner. No matter how much of a loner anyone claims to be, deep down there is a need to share with others.
Epic. A simple word, that inspires greatness. When we think of the epic stories we’ve been told, the one thing you will find in every story is adversity.
Fear is an enigma. It is something that many people would love to avoid, but something that people also seem to seek. It drives us, sometimes to folly, and sometimes to wisdom
My dad wanted to show me a slug. Instead, he opened my world to an entire universe I'd eventually base my life on. Thanks so much for showing me that slug, Dad. If only Jabba weren't such a friggin' jerk.
Growing up in this world, Eiahn always felt like he was different than the other kids. Like an alien in a room full of humans, his presence tolerated but always denied the right to truly be himself.
Corporal Frank Mitchell didn’t remember exactly what had happened. He was out on patrol, he felt a sudden burning in his lower back, and he fell down. He was unable to move his legs. All around him he realized there was gunfire and explosions. At first he thought he was screaming but then realized it was someone else very close to him. He heard and felt a loud bang and the screaming stopped.
One of my epic adventures started when I got out of the military. I was discharged in Anchorage, Alaska and decided to ship all my stuff home and make the 5,500 mile drive back to the Catskill Mountains of New York.
Five years after Gaiscioch Magazine set off on an epic quest to build their own gaming magazine, they celebrate the release of their 18th issue. Currently maintained by 8 members of the Gaiscioch Community they continue to produce weekly content surrounding the games they love. From previews and reviews to first look interviews with game developers, this magazine is something special.