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Teach Your Children Well

“Though the boys throw stones at the frogs in sport, the frogs do not die in sport, they die in earnest.”  ~Bion of Borysthenes (325 – 250 B.C.) 88 more words


Travis A. Ball: Full Story & Must-See Details Of Fatal Shooting Suspect

Special Agent Michael T. Walter was shot as he approached a vehicle parked on the wrong side of the road Friday night. Walter died because of his injuries at 5 a.m. 208 more words



She was so, so tired. Absolutely exhausted from living. Her brain hurt, her limbs ached and her heart throbbed. Every step of every day felt like climbing out of a pothole. 255 more words


Sorry for your Lost

I was praying last night and this was on my heart. I pray God lead the one who He had me write it for to read it. 368 more words

In the company of death

The Huffington Post have published an article I wrote on art and death. The edited version can be seen here. The original blog follows. 1,101 more words


Dreamscapes: An Otherworldly Descent

In my dream, I am taken down into the cool summer blue of the underworld. Here, the water acts of its own accord, twisting up in beautiful crystalline spirals (or down, or meeting together in the center, in a balanced whorl of brilliant geometry). 504 more words


A Final Good-bye

She looked nice.  Her silvery white hair was a few shades lighter than her dress.  I can’t recall ever seeing her in a dress before.  I grabbed the holy water to make the sign of the cross on her body.  155 more words