Monthly Archives: August 2016

Sin

“Early life experiences had a way of imprinting on a child’s behavioral patterns” – Harbor Nocturne by Joseph Wambaugh A harm done to a child, whether physical or emotional, or both, becomes a seeping wound that never heals. The harm … Continue reading

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Health

“I don’t like to rely on hope. You never know how that’s going to go” – Edward Unspooled by Craig Lancaster Hope. Now there’s a powerful word. Many have said that without hope we have nothing. Actually, without your health, … Continue reading

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Michael

“The only thing you can really count on is that things change” – Edward Unspooled by Craig Michael Ajiboye is the foreman of the Patterson yard I’m working. He is from Nigeria. I’m still not sure why he now lives … Continue reading

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Parallel Universe

“Did you know that Jellyfish have been around 600,000,000 years without a brain? That’s giving a lot of us hope.” I just love TV shows like NASA’s Unexplained Files, Space Deepest Secrets, and How the Universe Works. A real cure … Continue reading

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To The Grave

Shakespeare put it, “the past is prologue” – Hurt Machine by Reed Farrel Coleman Could you carry a hatred to the grave? Get over it. Move on. Forget about it. It’s not worth it. Etc. All that advice. Given freely … Continue reading

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The Hot Tub

“That was the worst thing of all, time to think. Time to think was life’s petri dish” – Hurt Machine by Reed Farrel Coleman My old buddy Cliff is working a fracking rig just north of Laredo, by himself. A … Continue reading

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Tombstone

“Politics and theology were never far apart in Massachusetts Bay. And that was the source of the trouble” – America’s Hidden History by Kenneth Davis Have you given some thought to your imminent epitaph? I would hope that kind words … Continue reading

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