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League of Inveterate Poets

The out-of-context contextuality of a foolish sage

Truth and Accuracy

| May 29, 2010

“He was one of those people who went through history picking and chooising and embellishing.” She paused. “Still, I guess when you look at it now, one meaning can be true and the other can be accurate.” From No Great Mischief by Allistair MacLeod Purchase this book using the link below and support this site. […]

LOST Producer Cuse: “No Unified Theory”

| May 25, 2010

From a fascinating discussion between LOST producers Cuse and Lindelof and theoretical physicist Sean Carroll, author of From Eternity to Here: Carlton Cuse: I think there’s this essential human desire to have a unified field theory. But there is no unified field theory for Lost, nor do we think there should be. Philosophically we don’t […]

Two Secrets of Life from Anne Lamott

| April 20, 2010

“One secret of life is that the reason life works at all is that not everyone in your tribe is nuts on the same day. Another secret is that laughter is carbonated holiness.” – Anne Lamott, Plan B: Further Thoughts on Faith Purchase Plan B using the link below and support this site. Thanks! Plan […]

“How Many Lies Did It Require?”

| April 15, 2010

Image via Wikipedia I read the other day that one of the changes that happens to the middle-aged brain (typically, though not always) is an increased ability to see the bigger picture of things. Perhaps that in part explains what I perceive as the theme of my life journey these past several years: a growing […]

Verses Have No Subject

| March 29, 2010

“Verses do not have a subject, I should think, but a kind of shudder, as if the whole world were born again in the flash of an eye.” The Secret Life of Emily Dickinson by Jerome Charyn

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