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(Narrative Nonfiction) The Journeys of Socrates by Dan Millman

The Journeys of Socrates
by Dan Millman

My rating: 5 out of 5 Stars

Part truth, part fiction–The Journeys of Socrates is the retelling of the author’s great-grandfather’s legacy, taken from first-hand accounts and peppered with artistic license. 506 more words


Living by the Numbers

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I am a woman who wades in numbers,
soak myself in abstract configurations;
I jet-stream massage statistics to know,
find the answers, solve the riddle of it, 428 more words


MU Stories

After expressing my interest of there¬†being some sort of campus literary journal in that MU’s writers might be able to showcase their work, Izzy recommended I use the MU/Creativity website and fashion an online version. 31 more words

Medici University

A Conversation with God

Did I tell you about my one (and only) conversation with God? No? I think you’ll enjoy it… so here goes.

On a fun exploration adventure with a good undergraduate college friend, AGS for short, we rode out on my motorcycle to a gorge cut into uninhabited land by a seasonal river. 533 more words




In which I talk about what I am hoping to leave behind for my daughters.  <3

via Inheritance.


Book Review: The Buried Giant

Ishiguro was first thrusted into my hands via a friend and his copy of Never Let Me Go. Expecting a Murakami cousin (because who wouldn’t), I was surprised to find that the book contained no cats, no fish falling from the sky. 797 more words

Book Review


It sure was fun. Having your friends all around you. Sharing things and stuffs. Asking if the dress your wearing suits you. Pushing you around to opportunities you might want to. 340 more words