[dahy-dak-tik]  Show IPA


1. intended for instruction; instructive: didactic poetry.
2. inclined to teach or lecture others too much: a boring,didactic speaker.
3. teaching or intending to teach a moral lesson.

And oh, how I unabashedly love the vantage that my soapbox affords me. To expound, profess, and inculcate.

Hahahaha. Hahahaha. Ahem.

I suppose there is a thing or two I might be able to teach, but it isn’t likely best communicated in this format. In fact, the things I am best equipped to illustrate aren’t things that most souls would be interested in learning.

And, in the same way that I am not for everyone, neither are these truths. The dearest of these carved in my flesh, the better for me to remember. It has been suggested to me on many occasions the oddness of putting the record of my most precious lessons in a place I cannot see to be reminded of. And so I then declare that it is in the recounting of the moments, the retelling of the tale,  in the effort of elucidation, that I learn it best, myself.