As the world falls apart, reading continues to be a source of comfort and hope.
One of wisdom’s most essential traits is an alignment between purpose and actions.
(Note: This post is viewable as a page elsewhere on this site. If you haven’t read it yet, my introductory post on this Star Trek: The Original Series rewatch is a good place to start. Previous essays on specific episodes can be found here.) Original Air Date: March 2, 1967 Crew Death Count: 0 Bellybuttons:…
Like a lot of people, books and movies helped me navigate the discouraging events of 2020.
Life is not really gray, after all. It's a spectacle of colors and sounds...
Walking reassures me of the limitless nature of creativity.
Walking, like creativity, starts with a risky venture into the unknown.
If we don't #RESIST and fight the future, who will?
I had the good fortune to read a number of outstanding books this year
Welcome back to the Creative Life Adventure. There is a romanticized image of the lonely artist, the tortured soul who courageously clings to a solitary vision while remaining misunderstood by the ignorant masses. Ayn (“Ayn the Pain”) Rand created an entire long-winded novel, The Fountainhead, around this image. The lonely artist is often portrayed in…