Perhaps it was from his early childhood where his introspective insight may be found, and of where he instinctively embraced the only perception he knew. Rolley was born legally blind, which blurred the visual world around him until the age of six, when eyeglasses dramatically changed his initial introduction. This new perspective never truly destroyed the intensity of his earlier environment. The evidence of his inward reality to find comfort and meaning that he experienced early on and how he has come to know life today is finally being revealed through his writing. He attempts to illustrate the essence of this understanding that he believes is inherited from birth.
After years of denying his true aspirations, he finally proceeded to exploit his passion for writing. He learned many skills in the art of Labor along the way, which labeled him a jack of many trades. There were many facets of life he experienced that could have prevented his progress, but none had more impact than his battle with Alcoholism. Fortunate to have found sobriety that could redefine his character at the age of thirty four, he developed a spiritual path in order to remain sober. He has since succumbed to his spiritual principles and philosophical ideas with an extended need to write it down. Always writing from what he feels, a lot of his works are privately distributed. Wanting to share with everyone his gained knowledge of happiness, he is now publishing several of his short stories and articles. His intentions are to clarify the meaning of anything he writes, with a simple and easy to understand explanation.