Category Archives: Wandering Thoughts

Let Me Introduce Myself.

The human mind is our most complex evolved tool. It’s the tool behind the first twig we dipped into an anthill, and it’s still doing much the same thing today. It consequently led us forth to add honey to our … Continue reading

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Today Is Lenore’s Birthday

Happy Birthday, Honey. I love you.

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A Covid-19 Letter, Just in Case

Hello All, If I get infected by covid-19 my age (71) and health condition (I’ll never tell) pretty much guarantee it will kill me. Facts are facts and this is one. Considering the current lack of ventilators, let alone ECMO … Continue reading

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Information, Transformation and Narrative in the Age of Pandemia

The human world as we know it is precariously balanced these days. There is an abundance of evidence in place documenting why this is so. We are technologically dependent, we are consuming planetary resources at a rate of atrophy, and … Continue reading

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A Letter to Lenore

Hi Honey, Well, it has been 3 years today since you found out what I still wonder about. I still don’t know where you are now. If you are somewhere where you can hear me then I know you have … Continue reading

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Randomly Occurring Thoughts of an Old Man

Ever since Lenore died I’ve made many attempts to describe the nature of the relationship we shared. It has proved impossible. It is beyond words. Yesterday I sat outside, quietly regarding nature. When I’m feeling contemplative and connected I look … Continue reading

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A Thought Near Day’s End

Our science is a series of observations; a bundle of sticks tied together with a string. Our art is a collection of thoughts and feelings, tied together in the same way. It is all expressed in symbols like mathematics and … Continue reading

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Song for Lenore

In the sunshine of daytimeIn the darkness of nightI knowThere is a place for meIt’s with you. In the flowers of springtimeIn the rivers of summerI knowThere is a place for meIt’s with you. In the falling leaves of autumnIn … Continue reading

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Raindrop’s Short History of the Universe

Of the beginning of everything it is written,In books as old as words themselves,That there was nothing, a great empty nothing.Everywhere, nothing – and nowhere, anything –… just nothing, nothing at all.And for me, here now, in the middle of … Continue reading

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A Valediction

I have completed my re-reading of the contents of this blog and am content with it. It is a satisfactory expression of my personal experience as a human being. I had thought about erasing it from the timeline of human … Continue reading

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