The World Peace Diet: TLDR

Some intellectual was on CBC with Michael Enright once talking about good bad books, like for example, ANIMAL FARM and 1984, books which he reminded us are inferior reads as literature, and yet which carry with them a perspective on reality that cannot be denied and makes the reading of these works actually worthwhile. That …

Hot Yoga, Week 42: Product Placement, or, Science & The Future, or, I Am A Monkey

In the past, I’ve called the olive green Lululemon mat I’ve three times rented from Gyan Yoga their “Spider-Mat”, for how it makes me feel sticky, like Peter Parker on a wall. Finally, I outfitted myself with one, settling on the black model. (The Lululemon The Mat is sort of like the Ford Model-T; you …

Orphan, Wanderer, Warrior, Martyr

Jamie Nash recently found and shared this image, from Stanley Williams’s Moral Premise site: This is really something; I’ve often idly thought of unifying all of the various story structure writers’ ideas (and especially, terminologies) into one. They’re mostly talking about the same things, only in different terms. Someone beat me to it! Especially if …