Welcome to the First Freethinkr Newsletter
Freethinkr — a community of folks who embrace free thought and explore their varying perspectives on everything from logic, ideas, reason, and expressions of one’s authentic truth. Whether your outlook is on dissecting the minutiae of the day or seeing the humor in life, Freethinkr offers a platform to be imaginative and inspired.
Each month we will reach out to our fellow agents of the written word to provide the latest activity in the Freethinkr ether. We will update you on the latest news and spotlight those writers who take on the world around them, and provide interesting points of view.
This month we celebrated three new writers who shared their thoughts on a variety of subjects:
- Check out Ajay Sharma’s “The Shower is The Birthplace of Creativity,” an exploration of the ideal place to activate your brain and ignite your best thinking — the shower.
- A look into the “fear of self,” and why we create masks for ourselves early in life, Lev Janashvili’s “Self vs. Self: Meanings of the Split” breaks down how we transcend self-loathing by treating it as a test.
- For a more personal take on coming to terms with your past, Nicole Chardenet’s “The Worst Thing That Happened To Me May Have Saved My Life,” invites the reader into her world, allowing for a pure introspective of life’s roadmap.
Thank you to these outstanding writers and to all those in the world of free thought who continually express themselves freely and bring a unique voice to different perspectives. We are honored to continue this journey with you.
We are proud to offer a publication for uninhibited writers who value open meaningful exchange and relish in sharing their uncompromised thoughts and ideas with like-minded folks.
Each day we add another writer to the Freethinkr community, and each day we see this community grow into something special. As always, we invite you to free your minds and share your inner thoughts, and we welcome the opportunity to promote your freethinking.
Now for a shameless plug… feel free to tell your fellow writers about Freethinkr. We’re all in this together.
Thank you on behalf of the editors.
See you next month.