Stabbing our own brains

I have a long-standing disdain for the use of memes in political discourse. This is because what memes create isn’t discourse. Rather, they exist as flags which are stuck in the ground–and around them those who rally to the flag get to flip the bird at all detractors. I have no time for such things…

A Starry Sky

This past Friday my neighbor and I travelled to Long Beach Island (LBI) to try our hand at some astrophotography. Processing the images is more complex than I thought, but I managed to get some cool results.

Holy Solitude, An Accordance Module Review

Lent may be my favorite season of the Liturgical year, so I jumped when Accordance offered me a copy of Holy Solitude, by Heidi Haverkamp, in exchange for an honest review.

Does It Do Any Good?

This past weekend I was able to watch A Beautiful Day In The Neighborhood. I won’t give a review of it here 1, but the film put me in a reflective mood. Mr. Rogers has that effect on me. Fred Rogers made a deliberate choice to live his life loving and caring for others. His…