"No great deed is done by falterers who ask for certainty" (George Eliot) Note to self. Please read the above quote. Memorize it if you must. Because there is no certainty. You must keep going if you want to accomplish something, if you want to paint or write or make a difference in the world.… Continue reading Facing the uncertainty
I wrote this post last summer. Wow. It's been almost a year since I have come back here. I have been so busy working on my plays that I haven't come back to tell you about my progress or anything else. I think I better keep this promise that I made to myself last July. … Continue reading Starting Over. Getting back on track.
“Fairy tales are more than true: not because they tell us that dragons exist, but because they tell us that dragons can be beaten.” Caroline by Neil Gaiman Fairy tales teach us wisely that-- life is a magical journey down a mysterious winding road. Along the road we are challenged many times, but if we… Continue reading Fairy tales teach us wisely.
Today is December 6th and every year on this day I like to take a moment to reflect and remember what happened on this day 24 years ago. On December 6 we commemorate the anniversary of the Montreal Massacre, at L'École Polytechnique de Montréal. On that terrible day December 6 1989 14 innocent young women… Continue reading Remembering December 6.
When I was a kid- my grade eight math teacher told our class about a mail-order scam where-- someone would put an ad in the classifieds-- offering an ancient secret. All you had to do was send nine dollars to a box number-- and the secret of unlimited wealth would be yours. A few weeks later, a… Continue reading something about a secret.