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

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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

New Story: Tale of a Lost Worker

If you happened to see any of my hints and teasers regarding our updated Books page, you may already know that my first novel, You'd Guess From Their Cries, is now available via e-book from Amazon. It's a story told in three parts, and before I tell you to buy it, I'm going to share the … Continue reading New Story: Tale of a Lost Worker

LAUNCH: The Work is Life Campaign

Wikipedia defines work-life balance as a "concept including proper prioritizing between 'work' (career and ambition) and 'lifestyle' (health, pleasure, leisure, family and spiritual development/meditation)." Surely, you've at least heard the term thrown about here or there. Sometimes it's a simple discussion of whether employer requirements or pure workaholism prevents people from eating food and playing … Continue reading LAUNCH: The Work is Life Campaign

Unity Tuesday Lemonade: Why Unite?

So, really big day today. Not only are we looking at the last Unity Tuesday of the month of May, we're looking at the first Unity Tuesday since Memorial Day, A.K.A. "the unofficial start of summer." Accordingly, I decided today might be a good day to offer up a refreshing pitcher of sour-sweet lemonade instead … Continue reading Unity Tuesday Lemonade: Why Unite?

Stoning Amos

“The one who made the Pleiades and Orion, and turns deep darkness into the morning, and darkens the day into night, who calls for the waters of the sea, and pours them out on the surface of the earth, the LORD is his name, who makes destruction flash out against the strong, so that destruction … Continue reading Stoning Amos

Sometimes, the Tricks are so Simple That They Aren’t Even Tricks (Gear Up Mondays)

“Hence the saying: If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.” -Sun Tzu, … Continue reading Sometimes, the Tricks are so Simple That They Aren’t Even Tricks (Gear Up Mondays)

What Does It Mean to Win? (Gear Up Mondays)

"Hence to fight and conquer in all your battles is not supreme excellence; supreme excellence consists of breaking the enemy's resistance without fighting." --Sun Tzu, The Art of War It is often difficult for me to avoid considering strategy to be a choice between two competing philosophies: pacifism and militarism. To fight or not to fight. … Continue reading What Does It Mean to Win? (Gear Up Mondays)

Friday Fiction: The Daily Agenda

TRAVIS ANGLETON REALLY HATED RICE. He had never been a fan of actually eating it, even as a very small child, and ten years of working in the rice business had turned a mild distaste into a visceral loathing. “I really hate rice,” he said. “You know how much I hate rice.” “I know you … Continue reading Friday Fiction: The Daily Agenda