“I can’t help but think about the world MLK described as a kind of Disney Land — a retreat from reality, a sprawling and idyllic state of mind, nestled in the swampland of the southern American consciousness.”
“I pray that in this age of separation and division and barrier-building and disconnection, that we transcend the lie that our thoughts and actions don’t affect each other. I pray that we put the neighbor back in the neighborhood.”
“It seemed to be alive. And it seemed to know I was afraid. … It was as if it had opened a door into the Cosmos and stood blocking the doorway.”
Being caught doodling was a horrible feeling. It was like being caught in the act of … something inappropriate.
I was recently interviewed by my friend Jason Sowell (a rock star in his own right) for his podcast, “Boldly Going,” over at State-Lines.com. We had lots of fun talking about […]
Barcamp 2010, dubbed the “un-conference,” comes to Ybor City on September 25 and 26. You might just “un-learn” something.