Life Notes (17)

Book news, thoughts and themes

Crossing Thresholds

So…my manuscript is complete and is now entering the final stages leading to full publication. I must have blinked…

Strangers From The Future

Here is a thought. Memories are anchored in the past, companion us in the present, and are undiscovered strangers…

Purposeful Identity

In just over 48 hours of this writing, it will be April 1st 2020. It's been some time since my…

Hidden Miracles

Moses had issues. Yes that Moses. The very same military trained, Egyptian-murdering, desert-wandering, interracial-marrying, sheep-herding, plague-announcing, nation-delivering, sea-parting Moses. I…

(3) Z e r o

Thirty, to be precise. As in the number of years I have been afforded the privilege of being married. Thirty…

Looking Back On The Future

Contrary to popular opinion Time Travel does exist. Yes, moving between disparate time lines is a thing. Not everyone has…

Milestones & Memories

“Smile and the world smiles with you, cry and you cry alone.” ― Stanley Gordon West, Growing An Inch The…

Manuscript Update

Hi Folks, apologies for the long gaps between posts. The usual elements of life do tend to get in the…

VoicePrint

Finding myself in need of creative motivation, I took a step back in history, and considered William Lyon Mackenzie King,…

Curating Grief

Today, I am now someone who I was not in the past. Suffering loss has a way of jolting you…

Hidden Reflections

So, how do you see yourself? Or a better question may be, can you see yourself? How can you truly…

Courage

You awaken to a new day, like you have done a thousand days before. You sit up and reflect on…

Purposeful Discomfort

Hi Folks. I wanted to give you a little background on where the initial idea for this manuscript came from.

The Scent of Winter

We are deep into another Canadian Winter and it may be challenging for some to appreciate the fact that it…

Escavating A New Attitude

Some time ago, I was just approached by a (possible) homeless person in Starbucks who asked for $3 for bus…

Reconciling The Past

Some time ago I came across a question which asked: If you had a time-machine: Would your first trip be…