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Right vs Wrong vs Different

Right vs Wrong vs Different

An important difference between tourist and traveler is that the former accepts his own civilization without question; not so the traveler, who compares it with the others, and rejects those elements he finds not to his liking. ~Paul Bowles The greatest gift I received from living abroad was learning first hand to distinguish right vs […]

The Mythologizing of Gods

The Mythologizing of Gods

Old myths, like languages Grow legs and wander away. ~Roger Moore I oft wonder what happened to the Gods of ancient days? Did the masons carving their images trap them in the monoliths? Did unrequited love turn them into stone with the final breaths of their devoted?

Diversity? What is it Good For? Absolutely Everything!

Diversity? What is it Good For? Absolutely Everything!

Being equal is not the goal. Appreciation of differences is the goal. It is the differences that make us dynamic and interesting. ~??? It’s taken me more time than I like to admit but I am finally existing in a space where I can see beyond my predisposed tendencies and appreciate diversity for diversities sake. […]

Betraying The Christ

Betraying The Christ

The war his country asked of him convinced him war has no heroes. Only the dead. The cost of violence is always more violence. ~Glen Sorestad I am sick to death of the older generation the vast majority that never set foot in the military calling for war. It’s an easy call, a hypocritical call […]

The Repricklicans and Dickocrats Are Not Our Friends

The Repricklicans and Dickocrats Are Not Our Friends

Knights view the world as a cataclysmic conflict with winners and losers, with battles to be fought, and with right and wrong as dominant drivers. Gardners…have the instinct to look for ways to heal, to connect, and to grow the people they encounter. These biases affect the way people buy groceries, practice a religion (or […]

Swimming Against The Tsunami

Swimming Against The Tsunami

A people without the knowledge of their past history, origin and culture is like a tree without roots. ~Marcus Garvey I just finished reading the book, “Half The Story Never Told” by Edward E. Baptist. It is the sordid history of slavery in the US. Sordid is the only word I can think of to […]

A Land Of Lines

A Land Of Lines

All the words for country are the same as the words for line. ~Bruce Chatwin To the aboriginals living in the invaded space known as Australia, Earth is a series of songs sung while walking between points on the land. Not just a song, it is a verbal map guiding them unimagined distances without a […]

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