4 Apr, 2017

A Daughter's View of Spring

2018-02-09T03:04:12+00:00April 4th, 2017|De-Constructing Worldview|

Birds chirping and a ray of sunshine piercing through my carefully drawn shades. Spring is here, finally. For me, it is where it all begins. Where I am finally free to daydream, to travel, to experience new things. I am [...]

26 Mar, 2017

A Mother's View of Spring

2018-02-03T02:22:13+00:00March 26th, 2017|De-Constructing Worldview|

There is a moment, almost radical in pulse, when life bursts from its winter slumber. Flowers slowly rise from the warming ground. Buds discreetly crawl from the craggy arms of seemingly lifeless trees. In a heartbeat, they unfurl in an [...]

21 Jan, 2017

The Critical Mass of Story

2018-02-03T02:23:08+00:00January 21st, 2017|De-Constructing Worldview|

Yesterday, a writer friend and I were discussing critical mass. At what point do we discover a lack of critical mass? Can we find our creative meaning without it? Is critical mass necessary to our own wellbeing and that of [...]

3 Jan, 2017

Light and Dark Matter

2018-02-03T02:23:17+00:00January 3rd, 2017|De-Constructing Worldview|

All human matters have their light and dark sides. We are a reflection of the universe in which we exist. We swim in a soup of dark matter. About twenty-three percent of the universe's energy is carried by dark matter. [...]

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