Faith Without Discretion

Take these humble hearts, those who trust, perchance, too much, the ones who now shelter themselves from the agony which lingers from trying; from hoping; from believing there could be more. Heathens, yes, for lack of a more apt word but neither an infidel, nor a fool. Where trust is too much, there is faith […]

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Questionably The Best

When it published The 500 Greatest Albums Of All Time in 2005, Rolling Stone magazine proclaimed Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band the absolute best. The 1967 album by The Beatles always had a wonderful reputation, but this was a pretty big thing. Of course I bought the book, read it thoroughly, and re-discovered many […]

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