Monday, May 9, 2016

I don't think Mayte will ever get over this, I feel for her. Even though I didn't know Prince personally and was only a fan and loved him from afar, I kind of know what she is going through. I don't think I'll ever accept this. It took me six months to come to grips that Lady Diana was gone, I don't know how long it'll take me to come to terms with the fact that Prince is no longer with us.

Friday, March 20, 2015

Over the last 30 days you spent $335 on Personal Care. You usually spend $27. Might want to look into that.

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Thursday, July 24, 2014

Advice Column

Dear _________: I am not suicidal, but I do think about death, in the sense of what happens when one dies. I believe in the heaven-and-hell theory. Although I’m not sure I want to go to heaven, I AM sure I don’t want to go to hell. My reason for not wanting to go to heaven is because of the relatives who have gone before me. I come from a very abusive family but, like so many, most of them have been able to do what I call the “last-minute redemption.” With that in mind, I do not want to spend all of eternity with the same people I could not wait to have exit this Earth. I am also not a big believer in this forgiveness thing — forgiving adults who do these things to children and expect them to forget about it. I sure haven’t, and I never will! Do you, or the clergy, think it’s possible for God to just let some of us sleep through eternity without meeting up with family on “the other side”?

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Monday, October 4, 2010


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the food is nourishing
the lip balms are world class
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An essay about the connections between

Monday, September 13, 2010


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Tuesday, October 20, 2009


Really enjoyed these myths stories as a kid; it's interesting to see where they may have originated. Just a correction - the bull or ox you may have seen in a "Christian nativity scene" would never have been depicted as a god or a supernatural being as was worshiped in surrounding Mediterranean cultures. Jesus is the focus of the nativity scenes. One day all animals will live peaceably together as will all humans when He comes again, this time to rule and reign in peace on this earth. Now if you went to the Book of Genesis you would see the Hebrews taking leave of their common sense as they created a golden calf to worship in imitation of their Near Eastern neighbors. They just were too impatient while waiting for their leader, Moses, to come down off that mountain as he was having an encounter with the One True God!

Posted by: Melanie | October 20, 2009 at 05:44 AM

In the author's defense he never says anything about the bull being worshiped in the nativity scene, just that it was there. And there are many other instances of bulls being worshiped in ancient Israel as when golden bulls were set up in Dan and Bethel by the first northern king, Jeroboam.

Posted by: Kyle | October 20, 2009 at 09:01 AM

I think it more likely that the myth led to the labyrinth in a physical sense. Myths, among other things, are after all, inspiration for aspiration.

Posted by: Reed | October 20, 2009 at 09:34 AM
Coughing Monkey

If myth did not exist it would be necessary for mankind to invent myth.

Posted by: Coughing Monkey | October 20, 2009 at 10:51 AM

Attempt to link Christianity with paganism: FAIL. There are much easier ways to do so ...

Posted by: Telanis | October 20, 2009 at 11:11 AM

Christianity was built on easy read here.

Posted by: john | October 20, 2009 at 01:13 PM

Thursday, July 16, 2009

Trying out an experiment here. I think it'll be interesting for us to try to visualize the meanderings of the mind through an alternative medium, so I put together this representation. This took me hours to compile from web images I was searching, but I really wanted to bring the visual aspect out of the dreams. Click on this link to see a visual representation of a dream series, sans narration. The dream is chaotic, filled with conflicting images of innocence and violence, which it struggles to shake off through the channeling of its emotion into the sexual, which is purgative. It ends in a kind of rebirth that cleanses the violent emotion by recreating the inner universe through a wedding of the eros and thanatos, channeling their conflicting energies into a balance that is acceptable to the rational mind.