Bless-ed be your further journey to Philly. I am with you all the way in spirit from the opposite side and up side of North America.
Originally posted on The Writing of John Laurits:
Greetings, my brothers, my sisters, & my others — firstly, my apologies for not having written to you all for a couple of days. At the moment, I am working on some very different math and, although it is a bit more time-consuming, I think that it will…
Friends, neighbors, countrymen of America, lend me your thoughts; I come to bury the Clinton campaign, not to praise it. The wrong doing that has been done lives after it. The good is subject to bone picking. So let it be with the Clinton campaign. The noble Bernie Hath told us that Super PACs are… Continue reading A Soliloquy for America
It was a time when the pill and the women’s liberation movement were in full swing. I drank her words of wisdom back then, and now I raise a toast to my cherished mom as I reflect on just how much she shaped my life. This is an amuse-bouche of sorts —I will explain in a subsequent post— for those of you who are intrigued to taste what it was like to be born in 1916, one hundred years ago. Cheers Mom!
A few lines from 2009 to celebrate the Grande Mother who sustains us all