My previous faith was not so happy with anger. God got to express it – the rest of us didn’t. (…) The myths from which I draw inspiration today have a lot of destructive anger flying all over the place. Dian Cecht killing his son and cursing his daughter, from enraged jealousy at their superior […]Read more "D is for doxology (and despair and anger)"
I have never particularly liked blank canvasses. Those empty pages and that artwork to be, or this screen for that matter, stare me down and I always loose. Reviewing the art of others and de-constructing their arguments seems so much less scary. I read a book and the book awakens something deep in me, something […]Read more "The fine print"