Monthly Archives: June 2009

Embrace the Fire

There is an eternal fire that fuels everything in existence, the first light that shone upon the primal chaos from which our world was formed, the source of the essential spark of life blazing within the core of our existence.  … Continue reading

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Danger

There is danger in the air and in the water, in the people we love and the things we hate.  There is danger in the beautiful and in the ugly, in the smile of an enemy and the frown of … Continue reading

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The Pendulum

Many people seek to live a balanced lifestyle in which there are no extremes, no violent motions that start the pendulum’s swing.  Those who do not seek balance and push themselves to extremes will find that balance is inevitable, for … Continue reading

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Serenity

That calm and tranquil feeling that most people recognize as a moment of serenity is a near-constant state of existence for me.  Thousands of thoughts can be tumbling around in my mind, and yet my brain coldly calculates the next … Continue reading

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