Monthly Archives: December 2013

Buried Treasure

More often than not, it isn’t obvious. More often than not, we have to dig under all the distracting garbage to find it. More often than not, we forget it’s even there until we trip over it accidentally. Treasure is … Continue reading

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Surprise! If It Quacks Like a Duck Dynasty…

As an artist and writer, I’m sensitive to the implications of censorship and the importance of having freedom to express oneself. But I’m also a realist and understand nothing is done in a void, that there are consequences to everything … Continue reading

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I Recommend You Suffer Through This One

Life is suffering. This is not a pessimistic statement. It’s a matter of fact. Ask any Buddhist. We westerners often think this is bullshit, that suffering can be neutralized by success. We think that if we can just acquire enough … Continue reading

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An Accident of Winter And Glass

Some people see decisions in it, results of battling intelligences that drive it one way or another, positively or negatively, in a terminal struggle for control. But I see it as a respiration of happy accidents served in balanced doses … Continue reading

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