FLASHBACK: The Old Forest

Originally published on October 8, 2012, The Old Forest was one of the first two or three posts ever to appear on this humble mash of a site. In fact, it was convenient for me to post at the time because it had already existed for some time. It's a brief but worthwhile local legend … Continue reading FLASHBACK: The Old Forest

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Return to Abraham Rock

Last year, we brought you the tale of two wild sojourners and their spiritual experience on a magical hill in a secret little town. Now, for the very first time, the stunning sequel - in which one of the two returns. He knew it wouldn’t be long before the sky opened. He would not fail today. … Continue reading Return to Abraham Rock

I refuse to say what this story means – try to figure it out if you dare

LEGAL DISCLAIMER. The following story is not a magic or supernatural story. It takes place firmly in the real world and in the present day. I can't explain the meaning of it to you, and I probably shouldn't even if I could. Whatever your interpretation of it is - or, better yet, whatever your gut … Continue reading I refuse to say what this story means – try to figure it out if you dare

The Dude Who Just Wanted to Walk: A Wild Myth You’ve Never Heard

Ever feel or hear someone walking by you or walking behind you, only to discover that nobody's really there? Well, it's been said by many: "I only want to roam with the buffalo, but you just can't do that anymore." This is a story about a man whose desire was even simpler than that. There … Continue reading The Dude Who Just Wanted to Walk: A Wild Myth You’ve Never Heard

The Story of the Steward

There were times in which the man feels old, and perhaps there are times in which the man may look old to certain observers. The truth is, however, he is not old, nor is his appearance fixed. In fact, he's not exactly a man at all, since he wasn't born and doesn't die and his … Continue reading The Story of the Steward

Tale of a Lost Worker, Part VI

Turns out, along the way, I seem to have written a novel. You'd Guess From Their Cries: One Heretic's Quest for Salvation is a tale told in three parts, and in gratitude and love I'm posting the second of those parts, "Tale of a Lost Worker," in its entirety, as a serial. This is the mind-blowing conclusion … Continue reading Tale of a Lost Worker, Part VI

Tale of a Lost Worker, Part V

Turns out, along the way, I seem to have written a novel. You'd Guess From Their Cries: One Heretic's Quest for Salvation is a tale told in three parts, and in gratitude and love I'm posting the second of those parts, "Tale of a Lost Worker," in its entirety, as a serial. If you missed any of … Continue reading Tale of a Lost Worker, Part V

Tale of a Lost Worker, Part IV

Turns out, along the way, I seem to have written a novel. You'd Guess From Their Cries: One Heretic's Quest for Salvation is a tale told in three parts, and in gratitude and love I'm posting the second of those parts, "Tale of a Lost Worker," in its entirety, as a serial. If you missed any of … Continue reading Tale of a Lost Worker, Part IV

Tale of a Lost Worker, Part III

Turns out, along the way, I seem to have written a novel. You'd Guess From Their Cries: One Heretic's Quest for Salvation is a tale told in three parts, and in gratitude and love I'm posting the second of those parts, "Tale of a Lost Worker," in its entirety, as a serial. If you missed parts one … Continue reading Tale of a Lost Worker, Part III

Tale of a Lost Worker, Part II

Turns out, along the way, I seem to have written a novel. You'd Guess From Their Cries: One Heretic's Quest for Salvation is a tale told in three parts, and in gratitude and love I'm posting the second of those parts, "Tale of a Lost Worker," in its entirety, as a serial. If you missed part … Continue reading Tale of a Lost Worker, Part II