Myth & Movie: The Antisocial Artemis of The Walking Dead

Michonne on The Walking Dead represents an aspect of Artemis that has no interest in connecting with others…until she does. Image courtesy of the-walkingdead.com and AMC. Used with the intention of fair use. I guess I need to note that…
Penny Thoughts: Authority and Wisdom

  Authority and Wisdom   Authority without wisdom is like a heavy axe without an edge, fitter to bruise than to polish.”                                    …
Mastering the Craft of Writing

  Mastering the Craft of Writing by Vicki Hinze   By nature, writers are interested in many things. They’re observant, reasoning, seek motivations for actions and weigh reactions. Typically, they seek experiences because everything is story fodder. The deeper their…
Redefining the Sacred: Divine Archetypes

Myths and archetypes are one of my favorite ways to connect with the sacred. What do I mean by “the sacred?” Here’s an article called “Redefining the Sacred” where I talk about what I mean. I wound up coming up…
Not the Best or the Brightest, but the Bravest

Bayard & Holmes ~ Jay Holmes Air Chief Marshall Sir Hugh Dowding and some of “The Few,” image by UK Government, public domain I like Brits. In this barbaric, uncivilized world, most of them are decent and civil. Also, although…
Redefining the Sacred

If my previous experiences of spirituality didn’t live up to the hype, what can I do to connect with the sacred? What does it mean when I say something is “sacred?” What makes something sacred? I can’t say it means…
The South’s Great Intelligence Miscalculation

Bayard & Holmes ~ Jay Holmes South Carolina seceded from the Union on December 20, 1860. Within a few months, Mississippi, Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana Texas, Virginia, Arkansas, Tennessee, and North Carolina followed them. The seceded states banded together to…