A drive by the ruins of a childhood home puts a new perspective on the old adage “You can never go home again.”
Archives for May 2013
John was fortunate. He had two beautiful sisters. They are no longer with him but he will always love them. This is his note to them and to himself which he offers as a sharing.
Am I, as a citizen of the United States of America, culpable in the excesses of Amero-globalism even though I feel utterly impotent to effect any change? It is a moral question which I have long debated personally, which has caused me many sleepless nights due to the gnawing of conscience. I don’t have any thrilling answers, but I have come up with some constructions which give me some peace of mind.
Is greening a fad or will the emphasis on environmental quality be sustained long-term? There are many factors that will determine the ultimate outcome.
Yesterday I got a text message telling me I’d won $360000. Now don’t go getting excited for me. It’s a scam. Con artists were attempting to get my personal details and money.
This beautifully produced film invites us into the world of our pets to help us rediscover and appreciate the simple joys of life.
While part of me is grateful that options have expanded through methods like online dating, I’m unable to ignore the rest of the baggage that has come with those expanded options. The shopping mentality many folks have. The short attention spans. The transactional expectations. It’s difficult to ignore how pervasive this stuff is.
Do you think you have a dominant dog? You might want to think again. In fact, you might want to take a step back and make sure of what you mean when you say “dominant.” You might be surprised.
Steven Erikson, author of best-selling fantasy novels, provides in this introduction the rationale for the careful deconstruction, to be presented here over the following weeks, of an excerpt from his most recent work.