Start With This One

“The good die first, and they whose hearts are dry as summer dust, burn to the socket.” ~William Wordsworth from The Excursion King Richard III was interred with dignity at Leicester Cathedral after spending the last few hundred years or so under a parking lot. Well, you know how it is – you live your […]

Secret and Hidden Wisdom

“Wisdom is oft-times nearer when we stoop than when we soar.” ― William Wordsworth, from The Excursion 1814 Wouldn’t you be ecstatic if an archaeologist discover a book containing answers to the mysteries of the ages? Well, it’s on your bookshelf! In contrast to the ancient understanding of “mystery” as a well-kept secret, God wants His […]

A Child’s Heart

Emily Dickinson Dew — is the Freshet in the Grass — ‘Tis many a tiny Mill Turns unperceived beneath our feet And Artisan lies still — We spy the Forests and the Hills The Tents to Nature’s Show Mistake the Outside for the in And mention what we saw. Could Commentators on the Sign Of […]