Monthly Archives: May 2017
Somewhere in my house now a metronome beats 120 beats per minute in 4/4 time. It runs continuously and can’t be turned off, only muted. That’s how it’s designed. I purchased the metronome when I started playing classical guitar recently. … Continue reading
I have heard the echo of my heels, in the cool light, in the darkness. — Ezra Pound A woman said to me recently she walks faster than she runs. That’s true of me too. I began running recently and … Continue reading
Our church choir has taken a break for the summer, and we all regret it. We will begin again at the end of August. Singing in the choir is one of the highlights of our week. This Sunday, the church … Continue reading
In a strange way miraculous, those who believe we have a purpose believe there is a purpose, and those who remain free in order to find truth, feel it has been revealed.
“But the point is that when I had enjoyed anything there was a peculiar sensation as though it was laying around loose in me. Nothing seemed to finish itself up or fit in with the other things.” — Carson McCullers, … Continue reading