Sorry, Not Sorry

Sorry, Not Sorry

The greatest compliment ever paid me was when one asked me what I thought, and attended to my answer. ~Henry David Thoreau Unless I am giving a presentation, I do not bring my laptop to meetings, especially 1:1 meetings. Burying your face in electronics while someone is attempting to have a conversation with you is […]

Life is a Work of Art

Life is a Work of Art

It takes time to live. Like any work of art, life needs to be thought about. ~Albert Camus My life, your life, all human life is a work of art continually in progress, continually evolving, brush strokes on a canvas of humanity laying a continually developing imprint of who we are. Hopefully, our art grows […]

Breaching My Troubled Soul

Breaching My Troubled Soul

Every book, every volume you see here, has a soul. The soul of the person who wrote it and of those who read it and lived and dreamed with it. ~Carlos Ruz Zafón Most of my closest friends are books. Does that seem sad? Is it good? Does it really matter if I count as […]

Throwing Gifts Into The Heavens

Throwing Gifts Into The Heavens

There is a universal longing for the freedom to express oneself. ~David Olson All people are filled with a deep longing undergirding their psyche, buttressed by the desire for freedom in society wherein self-expression can be voiced without fear of being shamed, without fear by of being arrested by the career criminals in power. For […]

Tasting Minds

Tasting Minds

The mind is a terrible thing to taste. ~Ministry I feast on minds, the minds of humans past and humans present, will continue into the future as the conceived ruminations escape from between fertile legs and are birthed into existence the very moment they spill blood and scratch with it the words scraped off their […]

The Power of Words

The Power of Words

He speaks as if carving the words into stone, and now the two of them are face to face, confronting the truth. ~Maylis de Kerangal Some words are so powerful, they must be spoken with care, slowly, annunciated, punctuated, articulated with precision, carried on the back of controlled emotion so they don’t get muddied. Telling […]

The Texture of Sacred Silence

The Texture of Sacred Silence

When she enters a church, she explores the silence as if it’s the texture of a mystery. ~Maylis de Kerangal I love to explore holy spaces. Every time I enter a church, temple, mosque, red rock amphitheater, enclaves mysteriously abandoned by long-forgotten ancients. I am awed by the power of the palpable silence occupying the […]

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