Book Review: Boethius – The Consolation of Philosophy Boethius (d. 524 a.d.) pronounced with long o sound, “boh-ee-thee-us”. Boethius was an early Christian
Cancer, chemotherapy, and the anguish of personal health and medical decisions Upon waking this morning, I knew that this essay had to be written today. Last
Music for long drives: El DeBarge On a long drive to visit relatives, I will pack a few cassettes, and play them on the highway.
Our Bodies Are Made Of “Star Stuff” – but Who Made the Stars, the Flowers, the Bees, the Birds? The stunning featured image (below) is from
Collective Apathy: Do you demoralise people when you de-moralize them? Is people’s morale, for fighting and sacrificing for higher ideals and goals, lost or greatly impaired when they lose
Confucius Say Hey everyone, The below jokes or humorous anecdotes are from the small booklet “Confucius say: Bold and Witty Bed Room Bar Room and “Smoker”