A Little Love to You ;)

I am compelled to write this today, as many thank you’s  are in order. At the same time, I’ve been asked repeatedly what my blog is about, and why.  Originally, I only started this blog as a means to freshen up, to switch gears for a moment from working on my novel, personal manuscripts and […]

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Notes of Muse

It can be a sweet song, a harmonious chorus, a loud clap or a gentle whisper. The sphere of muse is a splendor to find, though she can be elusive at times.  Muse has found me in the most peculiar of places; mostly by surprise when looking for something else. After Hurricane Katrina destroyed my […]

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Regrettable ?

On old Cherokee proverb states “Do not let yesterday use up too much of today.” This simple bit of wisdom can go a long way when understood properly. Particularly when traveling the sphere of regret. Regret comes to us in many forms; from simple wishes on decisions we should have made, to hindsight on important […]

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Face Value

I often speak of the heart. This sacred organ is unlike any other in the body, with attributes that are more intangible than one might realize. The heart is the gateway to the mind. Most tend to think of the brain as being the center for thought, consciousness and emotion; full of electrical signals and […]

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Sphere Visitor

“Don’t get set into one form, adapt it and build your own, and let it grow, be like water. Empty your mind, be formless, shapeless – like water. Now you put water in a cup, it becomes the cup; You put water into a bottle it becomes the bottle; You put it in a teapot […]

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The Communal Sphere

I’m often asked: “Why are you so different?” Honestly, I find this question amusing. I also wonder if this is a fair question to ask. Who isn’t different? Right? My general response to this quizzical statement is “Do you know if you’re even normal?” With this, the subject is usually dropped, and for good reason. […]

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Staggered Column

The staggered column is a form of patrol, used by military forces. I learned this art of warfare during my time of service in the United States Marine Corps. This technique is placed in the sphere of a brutal reality. Hold fast in its metaphoric truth. The column, so defined, is a staggered line of […]

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