Welcome to Monday’s News on the March – The week that was in my digital world.
Article by David S Wisener at davidswisener.com:
My body and my heart have been betraying me of late.
Physical illness combined with a broken heart is a heck of a one-two punch and can take us to really dark places.
But I don’t want to write yet another lament about my misfortunes in love. The temptation is there as I wrestle once more with deep depression, but it’s not helpful. (Read more)
Story by Bruce Goodman at Weave a Web:
You’ve no idea the trouble Noeline Hartstonge and husband Quentin had in procuring ethically sourced cocoa beans. They were to be used as a conclusion to an ordinary dinner with several other couples they had met through the local Croquet Club. Ethically sourced cocoa beans and organically grown bananas. These days it was fast becoming almost impossible to entertain. (Read more)
Poem by River Dixon at The Stories in Between:
A jar of coins
Set aside for another day
Corner of a dresser
Where once sat
A woman’s brush
In its place, now
A layer of dust
Telling a tale
Of lost love, when love
Was not enough..(Read More)
Article by Mike Smith at Self Aware Patterns:
Last week I started listening to a Sean Carroll podcast episode, an interview of Adam Becker on his book, What Is Real?: The Unfinished Quest for the Meaning of Quantum Physics. Before even finishing the episode, I downloaded Becker’s book and read it. (Read More)
Poem by Intellectual Shaman:
what would be
if they turned their wishes
West (Read More)
Sam Harris podcast at Critical Thoughts:
“In this episode of the Making Sense podcast, Sam Harris addresses listener concerns that he uses a “double standard” to evaluate the relative threats of white supremacy and jihadism.”
Thank you for the mention.
No, thank you for sharing such a mesmerizing poem.
Thanks for the promotion and support.
No, thank you Bruce for enriching our days with your stories. This one in particular made me laugh so much.
Love those poems, Matthew. Keep it coming!
Thanks for pointing out Bruce Goodman…I don’t miss a story now. They are short and very entertaining.
I’m glad you’re an avid follower like me. He’s a genius Bruce. His best stories should be published and that’s that. What I want to do is review all his stories and select those I want to pass onto my kids. I’ve already told them (verbally) many of his g-rated stories and they love em. We are blessed to be able to read from that guy.
I’m going to go back and read more…I started a few weeks ago…His stories really hook you and they are quality.
Gee thanks you two. I’m thinking of giving myself a celebrating dwink!!! Seriously though – I am chuffed.
Dwink up Bruce! Thanks for writing and sharing them.