It seems that life gets stranger by the day. The more we learn the less we seem to know about it. Why? Maybe we forgot that the truth is far simpler then we think. If it is a simple thing, what is stopping us from knowing it? After thinking on this question for a fewContinue reading “Truth of the Ages”
For the last few years, I have been cooking chicken breasts for my wife to put on the salads that she takes to work. The plan was to create a simple and quick recipe, this way I would be able to prepare it every week, no matter how busy I was. Having gotten this processContinue reading “Chicken Grillin’”
Happy birthday America! Here is a reading list for every lover of liberty, individual rights, property rights and religious freedom. In these turbulent times, with tyranny threatening out liberty more then ever, and from every conceivable quarter in our society, we owe it to ourselves and our posterity to keep alive the ideas in theseContinue reading “July 4th Reading List”
COLLECTING IS LEARNING !
Some days, when I am walking from one room to another, the sunlight shines through a window in just that particular way that it makes me stop and admire it for a moment. Those images are like subtle details the realist master worked in behind his main characters, an incidental line describing stillness and silenceContinue reading “Curtains and Light”
Have you ever considered how many great books there are to read? If the printing presses stopped today, there would surely be several life times worth of joyous reading to get lost in. This amazing possibility, which I have given some thought to, usually brings to mind a companion thought: If I was a trustContinue reading “Summer Reading List”
On the 19th day of April the nights were frosty again in the prairie archipelago, and, we had a morning snow storm, as if to emphasis the point. Two weeks prior we had one day with a high of 80 degrees. This made me realize that I still had time to post a winter soupContinue reading “Smoky Lentil Soup”