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I'm afflicted mainly by three evils: writing, philosophy, and entrepreneurship. And in each, I have earned neither recognition nor fulfillment. A paltry gust of compliments from naïve, courteous or sympathetic others has not been lacking. I yet stick around these dreams partly because it is shameful to quit, and partly because I have not yet been totally drained of essence and spirit, the very condiments of Hope. I am a constant irritation to blind religionists and fanatical atheists. Apologies! I subscribe to that Ideal called Christ, but not in the conventional sense of pious gyrations and exclusivist arrogance. Term me Universalist. I'm the author of the new book, Under Bridge.
When a trembling hand becomes a fist

When a trembling hand becomes a fist

Besides the festivity of sex, another very engaging content of that spectacular film, Spartacus, is dialogue. Whether couched in the vocabulary of sex, human exploitation or triumph, Spartacan dialogues exude humour and poetic elegance. One particular statement from that triumphant martyr of a character called Crixus, was the summation of the entire longish struggle that … Continue reading When a trembling hand becomes a fist