Monthly Archives: July 2016
In recent weeks, I have observed multiple examples (involving various individuals), of one individual saying one thing to another individual, and then contradicting their original statement by saying something completely different to a third party. I believe this is a … Continue reading
You! I shall cast ye out into the barren wasteland to lie forlorn and forgotten for all your remaining days. You shall gather layer upon layer of dust, and you shall never again walk the sun-dappled, fertile ground of my … Continue reading
The Ring of Gyges, from Plato, the Republic, Book II: “They say that to do injustice is, by nature, good; to suffer injustice, evil; but that the evil is greater than the good. And so when men have both done … Continue reading
I had a long conversation That spoke to temptation And left me to feeling all strange. It was not, the words that we spoke But their bounce, that awoke An inkling to think about change.