Tag Archives: religion

O God, Where Art Thou?

A question is a beautiful thing to waste. Isn’t it wonderful to sit down with a friend who looks you in the eyes and warmly begins asking sincere questions about your life? Have you ever noticed that great authors are insatiable question askers? How do you rate at asking questions? Does anybody really know what […]

Fundamentalism and Fear: The Great Enemies of Creativity & Art

Many of the contemporary religious leaders in the “new” fundamentalist movement are eerily reminiscent to fear-mongers of the past. To this weary artist who has spent fifty years watching, listening and yes, cringing with eyes and ears wide open, these new “jesus-jocks” certainly look different – many dress in jeans, sport soul patches and defend […]