no-one talks like the old widow over at mcsweeney’s farm. no-one speaks about it like she, with her missing teeth and feathered hat; with long pauses between “cow” and “juniper”, and drags and drags of pipe; she’s got a way of looking at you just when you clean your teeth with your fingernail – the… Continue reading you gotta go yourself
you are reading an article about truth right now. at this moment, your eyes are working sufficiently to be able to read this article, which is written in lower case, and involves a quote by nietzsche. in the alternative, you are listening to an audio program that is translating these words into voice, or someone… Continue reading speaking the truth
elizabeth’s writing prompt #5 my quirks and errors are part of my truth. truth. such a harsh mistress. in order to know my truth, i have to know myself. like anyone else, i have i don’t know how many bones, i don’t know how many muscles, i don’t know how many kilometres of gut, hair… Continue reading free-form writing frenzy #5: truth. epistemology.
okay, this is the third and last instalment of my review of dr. joe capista’s book what can a dentist teach you about business, life and success?. we’re looking at dr. capista’s reflections on spirituality. so far, we’ve learned about being committed to going on retreats, and studying sacred text together with others. today, ideas… Continue reading dr. joe capista on: concepts of god