Daily Examen, Saturday, July 22, 2017 A day to rest and read and still find time for chores ends with peach pie. Daily Examen, Sunday, July 23, 2017 Look at the world differently. What is church? What is sanctuary? View the shades of blue on the distant hills and prepare to be part of something bigger than it might seem.
Yesterday was the Feast day for Albert John Luthuli. I posted a link to a biography of him, using hypothes.is, but today, the link isn’t working. I also shared a post about Marshall McLuhan. A friend of mine who also shared it criticized the article roundly, saying “McLuhan's ‘fallacy’ comment doesn't make any sense because you don't have a se […]
This time of year there are almost too many events to recommend and cover. I just want to thank the great Roxy Perry for putting on a spectacular show last weekend. Highlights included Roxy herself, better than ever on vocals and harp. Scott Lebish just sparkled on drums at the Monster B’s Holiday Jam. […]
Yes, now I am writing for three publications and my first article for the launch of Redding/Easton/Weston Patch on Monday December 6, is about String Fingers Band. String Fingers played last night, November 30 in Boston and will be playing tonight in Montpelier,Vermont. SFB will make it’s triumphant return to Connecticut Thursday to play live at […] […]
I’m super excited to announce that I have a cookbook that’s coming out in 2017 especially for the nonprofit organization Wellspring International Outreach. I discovered the organization’s founder, international photojournalist Neale Bayly, in a random tweet a few years back when I was taking a break from my studies at university. He posted an article about [ […]
I have been thinking about this topic for quite some time now. In the beginning, I didn’t know how I would approach a topic typically reserved for those in the final third of their life. Some people avoid the topic and some wait until they have to. What I am proposing is something different. Many […]
I’ve been writing reviews a bit more recently at Wisdom and Life. I do my best however to ensure those reviews are compatible with Wisdom and Life’s guidelines. Today, I’m featuring my favorite author: Jonathan Carroll. Hiis themes touch on many of Wisdom and LIfe’s themes as well: Death and Dying Love and many more....
A repeat performer here at Wisdom and Life. I feel this column needs to be shared regularly for new and old readlers of Wisdom And Life alike. I’m now monetizing Wisdom and Life using Amazon; in other words, if you decide to purchase ANY of the products I will be reviewing here, PLEASE do so DIRECTLY...