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poetry / Politics

Be Still and Know

We are just toddlers compared to history, waddling through a room with barely formed depth perception. And yet with our skulls becoming thicker, and muscles developing quicker we run our plushy carpeted course like warriors. Strong and resilient, but weakness crawls under our skin and has made us soft to the touch. Tendons growing like … Continue reading

morality / Politics

Super Shifts: Superheroes and American Mentality

“The original superman was a bold humanist response to Depression-era fears of runaway scientific advance and soulless industrialism…If the dystopian nightmare visions of the age foresaw a dehumanized, mechanized world, superman offered another possibility: an image of a fiercely human tomorrow that delivered the spectacle of triumphant individualism exercising its sovereignty over the implacable forces … Continue reading


savagery of thought

Generally my body of writing is a mix between experience and interpreting other people’s work. Lately I’ve had less time for this as I’ve been smack dap in the middle of experiencing. Too close to the source to really be able to interpret it with any meaning. It’s drastically more difficult to interpret what is … Continue reading


The Call to Breakfast

Today the president gave a speech at the annual National Prayer Breakfast. While watching it, people around me were sarcastically asking, ‘why do we even have a prayer breakfast?’ That’s a fine question, yes it’s probably a fairly political move to solidify our ‘Christian nation’ status but as the Chief of Chaplains of the US … Continue reading


I Ate on Your Grave

I am a Peace Corps volunteer in Macedonia and in honor of my favorite holiday, Halloween or Ноќ на вештерките (Night of the Witches) this is a choose your own adventure type story. You choose Trick or Treat. Click treat and you will be taken to the rest of the story on my Peace Corps blog. … Continue reading