Time goes on

I saw a bunch of people I haven't seen in years the other day, and it made me think about how you never know which time is going to be the last time you see someone. Say hi to your friends more often, you'll thank your self in the future.

Thought is a luxury we should not take for granted.

Sometimes we all feel like we have no time to relax and think. But imagine for a moment a field worker or a miner or any other manual laborer, living just a couple centuries ago. Such a person probably didn't know how to read, or not how to read for enjoyment. They worked day all …

The world goes on

People you haven't seen for a dozen years are doing interesting, exciting, boring, frustrating, amazing, awful things. They are making friends, having epiphanies, worrying over tough decisions, and maybe you pop into their head now and then, maybe more or less than they pop into your head. The strange and huge world of other people's …

Old music

Been listening to some old songs I haven't heard in a while and it's strange how much music draws you back into the past. What you were doing when listening to the music the first time, with supreme clarity sometimes, can come flooding right back with just a few notes...

150 years old and still kicking

I've been listening to Crime and Punishment, and am amazed how well it holds up. Whenever I open a classic I'm expecting it to be a bit of work, but this one isn't. Somehow, 150 years later, it is still a tense, tight read. How many more years will people still be reading this book? …