The virtues of social monogamy are a matter of survival for the human species. But what of agricultural monogamy?
Archives for September 2013
I fell so deep and so hard. Looking through the archives of my mind, I searched the repository of my heart, but there was nothing on the topic, “falling in love”.
The author describes some amazing wines he has tried over the years, thanks to generous friends and/or dumb luck.
In the first six months of his pontificate Francis I has proposed a radically different view of the Church. Will he live long enough or remain pope long enough for this view to filter down to dioceses and parishes around the world? Perhaps he needs the help of the people in the pews.
I still to this day cannot understand how some people can look past the risk of death with this form of performance art, it is quite easy to collapse a lung when consuming fire.
I begin each piece using emotive color and then a story builds as I paint layers and enhance images in the paint.
The admonition to pray for those we dislike prompts the author to speculate on praying for people who would be offended by being objects of prayer, because they have rejected your concept of God in favor of one that reinforces their own egos.
Last August, I did something completely new for me. Something independent, even a little bit risky. I went camping, in a tent, on a stretch of wild beach, with no cell phone access, by myself. Emphasis on BY MYSELF. SOLO. It was fantastic.
In part three of our mind controlled series Guest Author Kyle Albert takes us for a ride in a car that can be driven by thoughts alone.
I named this painting Twitterville. It was originally a painting from an image I took in San Francisco. Everyone is in so much of a hurry, each having their own story.