Winwood Reade QuotesAnd then, the Earth being small, mankind will migrateinto space, and will cross the airless Saharas which separate planetfrom planet and sun from sun. The Earth will become a Holy Land whichwill be visited by pilgrims from all the quarters of the Universe.Finally, men will master the forces of Nature; they will becomethemselves architects of systems, manufacturers of worlds.- Winwood Reade, THE MARTYRDOM OF MAN, 1872'Christians believe themselves to be the aristocracy of heaven upon earth, they are admitted to the spiritual court, while millions of men in foreign lands have never been presented. They bow their knees and say they are 'miserable sinners,' and their hearts rankle with abominable pride. Poor infatuated fools! Their servility is real and their insolence is real but their king is a phantom and their palace is a dream."- Winwood Reade, "The Christ", p. 326"One fact must be familiar to all those who have any experience of human nature -- a sincerely religious man is o
Reflections = APFirst Person Narrative Writing Exercise #1 As I was coming home from work last night, I thought about where life is taking me. Back in college I had not put too much thought into the matter, because it always seemed like there was something to look forward to. Then I met Marla, my future and now present wife. Standing in that bar, marriage was the last thing on my mind. I was more worried about getting her to notice me than planning nuptials. Luckily, she decided that I was worthy of her presence: being a 6ft tall redhead with deep eyes, I don't know what she saw in me. I still don't, but I've never been one to complain about good luck. So there she was, with all that beauty and brains (I was hoping) pointed straight at me, waiting for an opening from my end. Here is where my brain decided to go on vacation. It has a bad tendency of doing that when I need it the most. Luckily the backup brain kicked in. "Hi," I said with little hesitation, "My name is
Recipe: Dark Side = APHow to make a Dark Side1 part Whiskey (Jack Daniels is a good idea)1 part Triple Sec1 Lime (not lemon) per drink (juice that baby)A touch of Sweet & SourAt this point, you should add in enough Coke that the drink takes on a black, murky color (hence the name)Stir, then add about .5 tablespoons of sugarIf you have the drink right, it should fizz for awhileStir and enjoy.Also, I recommend making it in a tall glass to get the right balance.***EDIT***If you choose to make this drink in a large amount, make it 2 parts whiskey to get the right balance.
Frenetic MuseFrenetic MuseShe has to read lyrics,Like the greatest poet,Showing inner emotions,So that we can all feel it,And the effect that is sought,By her stirring rendition,Is that wonderful rebirth,Of one man's life ambition,She must help conjure,From the murky reaches,Those striving memories,Of infinities starred beaches,Above all please remember,There must be a strong bond,Between the kinetic wardrobe,And the man with the inked wand.
Trust me when I tell youTrust me when I tell you...That despite all my trouble,I wouldn't change the earth,For all the pain I endure,This is what it's worth;Embracing your silky love,Enjoying all the pastimes,Of computers and the bed,Or a Dark Side with lime,Working towards these goals,Of your personal ambitions,Or creating brand new works,With intimate dispositions.No, I wouldn't change it all,With the way things are going,I am happy with that little light,That the end of the tunnel is showing.~~~~~By: Patrick P. 01-20-2004 1:05 AM