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Where Does Wisdom Lie?

If you’re a seeker, but a skeptical one, this site is for you. If you’ve ever found yourself longing for wisdom amidst the madness of modern life, this site is for you. If you’re weary right now; ecstatic upon seeing the moon; melancholy on Tuesdays; insufferably, tediously, incurably logical; hungry for something, you know not what; excitable on even the drabbest days; even-keeled on even the liveliest occasions; or simply curious as a cute mouse, digging through the underbrush—this site is for you. If you’ve ever imagined yourself as a hawk, soaring through the air, seeking the next aim, the next target, the next goal . . . this site is for you.

This site is about the search for wisdom. I hope you enjoy it, and I welcome your thoughts and feedback. Learn more by clicking on the boxes below.


 
Inquiring Into Love, Anxiety, and the Self
I have been completely obsessed—in a healthy way, of course (hmm . . . do you believe me?)—with the topics of love, anxiety, and the self for as long as my memory reaches backward. My writings circle continuously around and back to these three themes, exploring them in different ways.

If love, anxiety, and the self also interest you, I invite you to check out my blog on the Home page. And stay tuned for updates on my other creative writings on these three themes.

About the Blog
I update my blog on the Home page with new posts three times a week, on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday mornings.

Many of the posts are what I call book previews. See the first footnote of my post Cute or Creepy? to learn my thoughts on how a book preview differs from a book review.

All posts are nonfictional except for those in the Tales category, which are fictional.

About the Newsletter
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