By now you know the details. Explosion at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, UK. Word spreads as fans flee in confusion, terror, fear. Hang time. Hold your breath and hope it’s just a false alarm, an equipment malfunction perhaps. And then we learn it’s what we feared. A willful slaughter of fun-loving innocents. Bloodshed … Read more The World Should Stop
Neil Gaiman’s 2001 fantasy novel, American Gods, couldn’t have been more prescient when it was written. Now that the series is getting the small screen treatment, the clash of gods—mythical and modern—reminds us that there really is a war going on, and the battlefield is our hearts.
This is absolutely the best song ever right now. “…be sure your sin will find you out.” –Numbers 33:23
When I saw this photo, I immediately made it my wallpaper. (Link to the hi-res download.)
We are not watching the sun go down. Nor are we watching the earth turn. We are watching the shadows grow longer.
“The one thing that you have that nobody else has is you. Your voice, your mind, your story, your vision. So write and draw and build and play and dance and live as only you can.” — Neil Gaiman
Thus says the Lord: “Let not the wise man glory in his wisdom, Let not the mighty man glory in his might, Nor let the rich man glory in his riches; But let him who glories glory in this, That he understands and knows Me, That I am the Lord, exercising lovingkindness, judgment, and righteousness … Read more Glory In This
For the first time in the history of history, people can live in their own virtual reality. No, I’m not talking about the Samsung Gear VR (which I’m hoping someone buys me for Christmas). I’m talking about the democratization of news that the internet allows.
A journey which, for me, began over two years ago is finally complete. The first book in the Rise of the Seers series is finished. The story has grown and flowered, taking me down adventuresome paths and into dark corners that I could not have foreseen.
Say you have bought a ticket on an airplane and you intend to fly from New York to San Francisco. What do you ask of the pilot when you climb aboard and take your seat next to the little window, which you cannot open but through which you see the dizzying heights to which you … Read more Not Around, but Forward