I DON’T KNOW

I DON'T KNOW As I continue to accumulate years upon this planet I truly feel like the only thing I know is that I know less and less. Maybe it’s really that I feel I need to know less and less. When I was growing up I came to believe that knowing meant surviving. Uncertainty left me feeling vulnerable and incapable of control. If I believed you knew something that I didn’t you had an edge. I gave you authority. Knowing meant dominion. Knowledge equaled power. So, I went in search of knowledge at any cost. It was currency. It was power. It was control. And it was a complete illusion. Today I absolutely love to learn new things and to explore new ideas. I savor knowledge

I DON’T KNOW2018-10-12T07:47:08-04:00

SUDDENLY ROGER

SUDDENLY ROGER “It was sudden. He never knew what happened.” Sudden death is such an intriguing term to me. Isn’t death always sudden? It certainly is immediate. I guess we term it that when someone passes without a journey through disease or as an effect or result of a prolonged process. It is sudden in that one moment a person is alive and responsive and the next they have left the human experience with no notice of an imminent departure. My friend Roger died suddenly. One moment he was here, and then suddenly he was not. He put on his shoes and he went outside to do we do not know what. He went outside by himself, and with no notice or fanfare he suddenly left the

SUDDENLY ROGER2018-10-05T07:30:32-04:00