The main problem with people is that they are not squirrels. With squirrels, you know where you stand. Squirrels don’t want to talk to you; they certainly don’t want to raise your anxiety levels. Squirrels just want to be squirrels.Read More »
Her legs bent up at her ears.
There is evil and hurt in those eyes.Read More »
A tiny excerpt from a novel I’m working on dealing with how academics are turning up gruesomly murdered. At the same time there is a group of terrorists campaigning around language rights. As dectectives hunt the killer it looks more and more like the evolution of language is the culprit.Read More »
We are all devided. We are all fragmented. We argue. We shout. We holler. We face the abyss of our own making. We allowed the media to tear us apart. We allowed social media to drive the wedge further. We stopped listening. We destroyed society.
When Hannah Ardent wrote about Adolf Eichmann, she coined the phrase, “the banality of evil.” Eichmann was a man more at home in logistics than he was in the real world. I don’t mean this in any way to say he was misjudged. He was the archetypical, “I’m just following orders,” person.Read More »