So many believe that each of us creates our own daily reality/world we live in. Maybe not to the extent of imagining a castle with a moat while earning a mere fry cook’s salary, but much of our happiness does depend on …Read More
Those who are responsible for “taking” the most are actually people who already have more than their fair share of the wealth—but greed knows no bounds. There are many Lincoln County ranchers getting more . . . . …..>Read More
Warren found he could communicate with people by merely loving their humanity and telling his story. He and I did a talk show on a “right wing” radio station in Albuquerque one evening. We were allotted a half hour.Read More
If one understands the laws of the universe and applies one’s own conscious, albeit tiny, energy—not against the natural flow of things, but just leaning on it with good intention—we can effect enormous change down the road. “Witchcraft,” at its most benevolent!Read More
There is much screaming about “secular humanism” being tantamount to destroying religion,when, in reality, it might be the only thing that will save it.It holds in highest esteem that which we have in common, our humanityRead More
Sure enough, a glance into the dark bowels of the hole showed several pairs of eyes staring up from the small mountain of poop! “Holy Crap!” It was way too early in the morning to have to deal with this!Read More
It’s just that back in HIStory someone decided that “boys rule” because “God was a boy” and everybody had to do what they said— they’ve had a corner on the rule-making market ever since! Just like in grade school, when the biggest, sneakiest, meanest and . . .Read More
At last came the elephants, magnificent, elephantine elephants, decked out in white satin headgear covered with gold and jewels; their tusks all polished and shiny white, dwarfing the crowds surrounding them. On each of their backs rode three young men . . .Read More
Once upon a time there was a great king who was very concerned —his kingdom was fraught with controversy, divisiveness and arguments that sometimes led to violence. Problems were exacerbated by his subordinate lords and ministers,. . .
each claiming wisdom and righteousness over the
Th e Twilight Series is a teenage coming of age
story by Stephanie Meyer with so many bizarre
elements that it defi es easy categorization. Basically,
there are four books, centered on Bella, an 18 – soon
to be 19 year-old high school senior, who falls
des-perately in love with Edward, a 100+ year-old
vampire in a perfect, 17 year-old body.
It was a heady ride to the top, skiers schussing under my
feet—the trees becoming increasingly surreal until at the
top they were positively phantasmagorical snow creatures,
streamlined uphill by the fierce prevailing winds.