KYOTO JOURNAL Arundhati Roy on Fame, Writing and India Link You said that you would probably never write another book unless there was another book inside you to write. Is the writing a process to unleash the inner self? I don’t know. I am a bit suspicious of this kind of personal therapeutic approach … Continue reading Arundhati Roy – Q/A
Background A few years ago, I heard Ravi Zacharias speak on the Schaffer family. To paraphrase he said "though Francis Schaeffer is the the Apologist in the family, it was his mother, Edith's love, that finally wore Frank down". Ravi made sure to say the column appeared in a liberal news outlet, Huffington Post. … Continue reading Frank Schaeffer – “You won Mom. I believe”.
Background Finally got around to having a cursory look at the November 2016 edition of Costco Connection; a magazine for Costco Members. I like to see the authors listed hoping to find something for family & friends. Profile Wikipedia Evans graduated from Cottonwood High School in Cottonwood City. He graduated with a B.A. degree from … Continue reading Richard Paul Evans
Caitríona Palmer on the power of mother-daughter love at all odds https://www.penguin.co.uk/articles/on-writing/on-writing/2016/mar/caitriona-palmer-on-mother-daughter-love-at-all-odds/ Of my three children, my eldest, Liam, reminds me the most of my mother. I see flashes of her in his pewter eyes, in the splatter of honeyed freckles across his nose, and in the sweet way he sometimes furrows his eleven … Continue reading Caitríona Palmer – On the power of mother-daughter love
Background Courtesy of YouTube, I have watched more than my fair share of sermons lately. Though the sermons are publicly available, I wanted to package and acknowledge them in a more concise & precise format. Yet, publicly sharing the list is fraught with risks. The reasons are vast and include the fact that: I started … Continue reading Christian Sermons – 2014/Oct