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…wine cured bacon…

I am sometimes in need to totally withdraw from life as I know it. I’ve found that over the years people do not quite get this or understand what it means or why I need it. Maybe it is a character flaw – or maybe it is a flaw in people who don’t understand it. … Continue reading

…guinea pig ‘T’…

I seemingly start out prefacing these blog posts with, “I have no idea why…”, but in this case, I have no doubt. It is a fun approach to life which I never really knew what to call it until I began reading a bit more about Buckminster Fuller. I always am inspired by his approach, … Continue reading

…the art of delusional thinking…

I am always amazed when people comment about how I am, seemingly, ‘good’ or adept at doing a particular thing – even things I don’t necessarily enjoy. Implying that I seem to have some innate talent or that I make things look easy. It makes me laugh a bit, because deep down, I know, I … Continue reading

…hotdogs…

One day, Buddha finds himself in New York City. He suddenly realizes an unquenchable desire to experience what it is to eat a hot dog. He walks over and joins the line up to the cart, savoring all of the different aromas swirling about his head – the wet asphalt, the steaming buns, hot dogs … Continue reading

…the 1%…

I recently watched a video about the top one percent and the accumulation of wealth – how much ‘they’ have and the ‘rest of us’ don’t was pretty much the whole point – to an astounding degree. Something popped into my head, as a result. I am pretty much a simpleton when it comes right … Continue reading

…the face of creativity…

It’s never a good for me to look at some things for too long, or to be influenced by too much, or maybe it’s just not good to think about them at all. I think life would be much simpler if I could turn my brain off for a while. Better yet – I’d just … Continue reading

…making due…

The strange and beautiful thing about life is it somehow always gets lost in the shuffle. For a few brief moments, though, you find it. Maybe, more accurately, it finds you and reveals itself, giving you a divine moment of clarity, synergy, where everything makes sense. Like winning a game of solitaire – it just … Continue reading