Today is recognized as the birthday of Jalal ad-Din Rumi, a Persian poet, scholar, mystic and jurist. Often called “The Poet of Love”, his definitions of love are timeless. A very wise man, he understood the inherent value in every life, every religion, every heart. Rumi believed that the more … Continue reading →
Interesting reading last night. Much to my wife’s chagrin I’ve been studying Logic and Rhetoric. She says I need that as much as I need another hole in my head. With that in mind; The more I study the past, the more sense I can make of today. Now, go … Continue reading →
Today around the blogosphere it’s Wordless Wednesday. I’ve tried, but I never seem to be without words. Wits? That’s a different story, I’m often witless on Wednesday. With that in mind; Now, excuse me, I have to go gather my wits. Have a great day.
“Life is either a daring adventure, or it is nothing.” That quote, more than most is at the heart of my attitude, and an underlying theme in my stories. I try hard to keep lit the torch of adventure that each child is born with. As a fabulist, a man … Continue reading →
The more things change, the more they don’t. Nothing helps me understand today than a good walk through the words of the past. Today marks the 123rd birthday of T. S.Eliot, considered a voice of his generation. A poet who words still resonate 100 years after being written. Perhaps this … Continue reading →
OK, I have to admit it, I watched the debate last night. I’ve spent the week watching our pols and pundits, hoping to find someone, somewhere making some kind of sense. I’m inspired to make today’s column make as much sense as they all do right now. Actually, after what … Continue reading →
I heard yesterday that the word “Liberal” is a word non-grata in the upcoming election. They will now claim to go “back to their roots” and call themselves Progressives. I thought to help explain the difference, I would allow one of our first Progressives in Chief to say a few … Continue reading →