Timothy Deenihan

actor. writer. impatient philosopher. www.timothydeenihan.com


The High Cost of Education


I still find myself thinking about Malala Yousafzai, the young Pakistani girl shot in the head on 9 October last year for her audacious desire to learn.


Où est Charlie


I’ve been thinking, and I take it back. I’m not Charlie.

Some weeks ago a terrible thing happened and all around the world people turned to each other and…


The heaviest thing you will ever lift is your humility


I need to speak plainly in a language everyone can understand. As a trainer, I am known for being gently encouraging and it’s a…


America Ruins on Dunkin


It was National Donut Day last week, in case you didn’t notice.

For anyone connected to social media, it had to be hard not to notice as status…

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Ideas have a tendency to like ideas that like them in return. We're trying to open that up a little. Anything's fair game - politics, faith, quantum mechanics, peanut butter & jelly, love. Just - you know - don't keep it simple.

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Où est Charlie?

What’s it all about, friend?


I have a serious question: What is Facebook for?

I don't mean Mark Zuckerberg's profits or the stealing and dealing of your private…


Rock On, Big Mogul


My Dad’s a rock star.

Not literally. Actually, he’s sort of anything but that.


Smile


I'm still angry.

Or rather, I'm disappointed. But I don't take disappointment well.

It's this whole epiphany thing.


Easy As Pie


Understand: I am a number of things — actor, writer, personal trainer, professor. I read. I watch movies. I love college football. I waterski.


It was a dark and stormy night


You know what I don't like about stories? They have beginnings.

Stories are utterly irresponsible in their propensity to start somewhere…


The rest of some truth


I make no apology for my silence.

I have been angry. I have been hurt. I have cried a little. I've been thinking, trying to figure it all out, and I…


The High Cost of Education


I still find myself thinking about Malala Yousafzai, the young Pakistani girl shot in the head on 9 October last year for her audacious desire to learn.