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Meditation

The world is chaos. I close my eyes and breathe in a moment of peace.

Listening to the old lady in me

Statistically, the people who live the longest are women. So out there are a cadre of old ladies who live well enough to just keep on living.   When I hear of such women, they always seem to have their rituals. They get up at a certain time, do their chores, eat certain foods, do … Continue reading

Reflections

We think we’re unique, but we are just reflections, of ripples, of other lives. Our births and our deaths, are reflections of the lives of those who went before.   Looking down to see our faces in the water, we see other faces our parent, our grandparents, and their ancestors. When we despair, we forget … Continue reading

miracle

The morning sunrise. How often we ignore the Miracle of dawn.

I’ve got hope! Lunatic web series pilot kickstart begins

WOW, what a day, and night. I just launched my largest kickstarter campaign yet! You see, the economy is weird, and people say that their isn’t a way to get a fair break in this world, and that writers will never be paid for their work. I want to prove them wrong. I had an … Continue reading

Flies

Two flies on my desk. My wrathful hand kills them both. Should I feel remorse?

OUTSIDE

TODAY I STOOD ALONE. OUTSIDE OF EVERYTHING, ON A NEVER ENDING PLANE OF BLUE. ALONE, BUT WITHOUT LONELINESS. SEPARATE, BUT WITHOUT ISOLATION. UNFEELING, BUT WITHOUT EMPTINESS. FROM THE OUTSIDE, I COULD SEE EVERYTHING AS IT IS. WITHOUT BEING A PART OF IT. WITHOUT LOVE. WITHOUT FEAR. WITHOUT EMOTION. WITHOUT DESIRE. AND I WONDERED, DOES BEING … Continue reading

Perspective

My life’s a painting, that my microscope can’t see since it’s a mural.

My place in the universe

Surrounded by stars, my life is a grain of sand, yet it is still mine.

New nonfiction article – Understanding Physics – a primer for writers and teachers

While digging in my archives, I found this gem about teaching physics that I wrote when I was taking physics classes in order to get my teaching certificate. It talks about how physicists think differently from other people. Here is an excerpt, enjoy. Understanding physics Physics is quantitative. This is the heart of the subject, … Continue reading