Category Archives: Genres


Have you heard this piece of low-brow philosophy: You can be happy or you can be right? Have you ever heard this? Well, I have, and I used to buy into it until something occurred to me: What a fat … Continue reading

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What I Don’t Get…

What I Don’t Get Morales and Ethics “A system of morality which is based upon relative emotional values is a mere illusion, a vulgar conception which has nothing sound in it and nothing true.” – Albert Einstein I don’t get … Continue reading

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Remember Me (a poem)

Now I lay me down to sleep My soul in Death’s eternal keep So sad my life has reached it’s end But Death comes to all my friend I’ve just one thing of you to ask A tiny, insignificant task … Continue reading

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Here’s a few stray thoughts on religious tolerance from those who claim to practice it, but actually don’t. Your attempts to belittle or “one-up” other religions is the most probable reason why people turned away from your brand of faith … Continue reading

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Blind Date

I sat at the stained and nicked diner table waiting. I was nervous. Who wouldn’t be? I mean, anyone would be nervous before a blind date, right? I opened my cell phone and checked the time again, 6:49. I still … Continue reading

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A Priest with a Faith Lost

Okay, so this is going to be one of the characters in my science fiction-fantasy novel, and it was to be originally written as a character biography for my writer’s “bible” as far as this novel goes. It however grew … Continue reading

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Without You

  Without you I would have been fine. I would have been happy and sad, entertained and bored, confident and afraid.   Without you I would have lived. I would have worked and played, laughed and cried, triumphed and failed, … Continue reading

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