If evil be spoken of you and it be true, correct yourself, if it be a lie, laugh at it. Epictetus I’m not wanting to make a lot of drama, nor try to tear down anyone. I would, however, like to express some things that are troubling me. I’m not sure how to go about… Continue reading I regret having met her
In the wonderful tv series Marvel’s Agents of Shield at the end of Sn 3 ep 21 Daisy meets Hive and asks to be taken back under the hive-mind control of Hive. Hive was an inhuman that sought to bring control (peace) to the population of Earth. Read about Hive here. Watching the end of… Continue reading Returning to Hive or quitting a bad relationship
In Season 2, Episode 1, of History Channel’s amazing series Vikings, Rollo is shamed and plans to run away. He is packing his things for leaving when Siggy enters the room and talks to him, reminding him of what it is to be a viking. When I first watched that a couple of years ago,… Continue reading Where to? What’s Next?
I want to love. I want to have a love where I can share the totality of my being with another person and for them to see me, and I to see them. I want them to actively bring out the best within me, pushing me and angering me when necessary, but always loving me. I want to be the sort to do that in return.
I was driving home on River Road, outside of Salem, Oregon with the top down on the Mustang. I was enjoying the afternoon and the curves of the road. In many things I am typically a pragmatic person, I am, in some, a sensualist. And driving a convertible Mustang on a curvy road is quite… Continue reading 99 Red Balloons
I recently attended Faerieworlds in Oregon. I’ve gone several years now and this was the first year that I started with the opening circle dance and finished with the last act, camping out the entire weekend. I loved it. I always do, but this time was different. It was at Hornings Hideout, lots of trees… Continue reading The Green Man
“Is God willing to prevent evil, but not able? Then he is not omnipotent. Is he able, but not willing? Then he is malevolent. Is he both able and willing? Then whence cometh evil? Is he neither able nor willing? Then why call him God?” The problem with quotes by philosophers is that much of… Continue reading Dare. Risk. Dream.