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Thwarted Revenge

A short story about the power of love The crystal sarcophagus had spun slowly in its wide orbit for a million years. It was meant to be an eternal incarceration. However a stray asteroid bumped it minutely off course and now the Earth’s Sun was pulling it back to where it began. The frozen corpse... Continue Reading →

Paradigms – Life’s Railroad

A paradigm can save your skin or drive you over the edge of insanity. We all have them. We all live by them. Even when you never heard of them before. Paradigm is defined as: a typical example or pattern of something; a pattern or model. "society's paradigm of the ‘ideal woman’" a world view... Continue Reading →

Tick Tock Tear

The following is my result from an exercise at a workshop on dialogue at the Geneva Writer's Group. A teenage daughter comes home at 3 a.m. and the father is waiting. Here I experimented with both direct and hidden dialogue.   "It's three in the morning." I wore my big watch, her big clock, with... Continue Reading →

An iPhone and Positive Thinking

Currently vacationing in Jakarta, Indonesia, I had a positive experience yesterday after leaving my iPhone behind in a Bluebird Taxi. What are the chances of finding your phone when left in a taxi? Yesterday my wife and I travelled in a Bluebird taxi to the popular Grand Indonesia Shopping Mall. In the process of switching... Continue Reading →

Lost in the Alps

Well I wasn’t exactly lost, just a little disorientated. And it wasn’t exactly the Alps, but close. This is a story of being human. It all began when I went across the street from where I live in Chur, Switzerland, to the Post Bus station. I was wanting to get a bus to Trin to... Continue Reading →

Is there really good and evil?

Featured image: https://flic.kr/p/pTj8dH Today I saw a post by someone stating that if you believe in things spiritual then you must also believe in good versus evil. She was claiming that Satan was out to get her. Let me be quite frank here, I don’t believe in a personal evil entity as portrayed by our religions.... Continue Reading →

“Found Again” is here

I am very proud to release my new novel "Found Again." It is now available on Amazon and soon in many other stores. Look out for it and let me know where you find it. Although romance has found its way into my other novels, none have approached it so closely as this one. Hilda's... Continue Reading →

Who are the Amazigh?

The main character in "Found Again", Hilda, remembers a number of past lives, one of these is as a young Amazigh woman in Morocco centuries ago. The Amazigh are the non-Arab, indigenous people of much of North Africa. They are often referred to as the Berbers, which is a name given by the Romans, meaning... Continue Reading →

Giving Your Power Away

It is amazing how often we humans give away our personal power to others. We are powerful individual beings and we possess abilities to change the future. So why do many insist in allowing others to make their decisions for them. Habit Habit is the most subtle in power stealing. We go on and on... Continue Reading →

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