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"If I had more time, I would have written less."

I first started writing on the internet when I was 12 years-old, and quickly became an avid member of the now-extinct Xanga community.


Ever since I can remember, I’ve dreamed of writing a book. In 2021, I did it; publishing “Dear Atlas: It’s me; your Dad.” which is now available on Amazon.com for purchase. ​

Aaron Plaat Blog

My words.
my mind.
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Earlier this afternoon, I chatted with my older brother about a heavy topic; politics. He went on a very long rant about his perspective of the world, our government, other governments, capitalism and even


Well, I did it. I published another book. Priceless: Life is a Masterpiece, is now available as a hardcover book on Amazon. There’s an interesting back-story to this book, which is composed of stories


What does it mean to be blessed? That’s a great question, and one that various schools of thought (and ideology) have different interpretations on these days. To some, being blessed is largely centered around

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Conversion happens in a lot of different ways. Oftentimes, conversion is associated with somebody finding their way in (or out of) a faith practice, such as Christianity. In my life, I’ve seen a noticeable

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For most of my 20’s and early 20’s, I had a relatively fast-paced life. I lived in a handful of major US cities, traveled frequently and spent my time soaking in a variety of

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The Threat of AI

Alfred Nobel was a man whose namesake we now attribute to the Nobel prize, which is composed of five separate prizes that are awardees annually to “those who, during the preceding year, have conferred

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