There is a magic to Saturday mornings. Even as I sit behind a desk at a real man-meets-post point in life, I am buoyed by the fantasy of stretching out, swaddling my inner child, and enjoying some inspiring tales of heroes and villains in a distant and ancient galaxy full of strange life, soul-magic, andContinue reading “Saturday Morning Star Wars!”
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The Finality of Fatalism and the Honor of Hope
Hello, All:I see that I am off my normal schedule. Our times are turbulent and my time to write here is short. What I can say is that I am still writing but the requirements of the project may limit my personal exposure. However, it is a cause I believe in and involves an actionContinue reading “The Finality of Fatalism and the Honor of Hope”
Double Features: Gender and Generalities
What is necessary is to reframe the very idea of gender as less a specific code of conduct and more a very basic generalization with some vague use, especially for the less mindful or worldly.
First Person Fallacy
It’s a journey like everything else, so I might as well say hello to my fellow travelers. That’s how I wan
All Time is Now
This gives me a different kind of hope and strength that my past need never be seen in vain, but rather in search of application and response. Time will never cease it’s spontaneous flow, so I must continue to act presently with only the near future in mind and save the further future for my dreams or risk folly once again.
American, Russian, Ukrainian – We are all of us, Human.
How can the ordinary citizens of the world help each other right the wrongs of their governments without making things worse for each other? How can Americans and other peoples of the world help people like the Russian people be heard, feel secure in your own country to speak with full openness and honesty about whatever you choose, and find happiness and prosperity without further violence? Is there any way the Russian people can undo such an awful political system as theirs without risking everything?
I’ve Got a Bad Feeling About This: The Cad Bane Blowout and The Hope Against The Hate.
Sure, nerds can be silly, but their passion and influence can offer lessons for all of us, both online and in life.