We scurry about our daily lives tending to real and imagined schedules, not taking time to enjoy the wealth of artistic views in our own homes.
If you believe Orwell’s Thought Police are part of a quaint story, you may want to have another look around. We have multiple legislatures around the country experimenting with ways to legally limit people’s access to knowledge and hence their access to free thought.
The Saudi and other Middle Eastern companies never made a secret about what they were doing. Foreign-owned agricultural land in the midwest has quadrupled over the past decade. Our politicians and state water regulators knew full well what they were doing when they sanctioned these deals.
When I explained to my neighbor that the cone represented a 67 percent probability zone for where the center of the storm might track, I could see his eyes go blank.
Given that states with strict abortion stances, like Texas, recognize the personhood of a fetus, we seem to have a dilemma of quantum proportions. The situation reeks of Schrödinger’s cat.
Like many people on our backwater planet, I have the occasional conversation with God. In my experience, She is always reasonably helpful.
There was more than enough time to live and live again on Buddha’s Farm.
What does it mean to live in the minuscule space between birth and death, against the backdrop of a 13.8 billion-year-old universe, which spans 96 billion light-years?
Changes to our future only occur through action in the present. Every action we undertake in the fleeting transition between past and future nudges our trajectory and alters our future.
Vaccine Blues: As crazy as it sounds, some of the vaccinated don’t want to mingle with the unvaccinated, and countries are responding.