Venturing further into the futurePlunging headlong into unknown placesHesitant or brave we face a joined pathThe result is always the sameBurden by a future without choiceCondemned to face what is aheadInto eras that make no sense Time becomes a parodyA cruel imitation of itself Similar but infinitely differentUntil years lose their meaningAnd dates are utterly senselessKeeping time … Continue reading Parody of Time
A trinity of strangers
We gathered at the place of memory. A trio of selves, images of one self. Together a strange kind of trinity. Memories lost, memories new, and memories yet to be. This meeting made in time, birthed by a life lived past, present, and future. A meeting of reinvented people built by experience, learning, and history. … Continue reading A trinity of strangers
Hindsight is 2020 but Foresight is 50/50: Expectancy with Messianic Hope
In the midst of home confinement and stringent guidelines to limit the spread of a highly contagious and potentially fatal virus, we were all left wondering if life will ever return to any semblance of normalcy. The deep-seated dread gnawing at our insides is not just a symptom of fear due to the menacing virus … Continue reading Hindsight is 2020 but Foresight is 50/50: Expectancy with Messianic Hope
A Reflection for Ava
A beautiful face is perhaps the only place where true silence is to be found. - Giorgio Agamben, “Image and Silence" [i] Ava, my little love. What do I see when I look at you? I see me; I see your mother---I see you. In you I see the amazing convergence of past love. You carry the … Continue reading A Reflection for Ava
What Follows Saturday?
Then he took it down and wrapped it in a linen shroud and laid him in a tomb cut in stone, where no one had ever yet been laid. It was the day of Preparation, and the Sabbath was beginning. Luke 23:53-54 (ESV) In this world suffering and disease are indeed 'normal,' but their very … Continue reading What Follows Saturday?