Monthly Archives: March 2011

At the feet of wisdom

I’ve been blogging a lot lately. That means my soul is reaching for something. It’s begging for abstract futuristic thought. It happens often. The superficial nature of the world I live in becomes increasingly obvious and all I wish is for a reach to the tallest mountain where I can gaze upon the significance of […]

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Years passed…

Four years ago today I opened my mission call to serve in San Bernardino California. It remains one of the great defining experiences of a life full of incredible experiences. I confess that I never imagined then the life I have lived. I suppose that is to be expected though. I never thought I would […]

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Ivory Tower, or Closet Chair?

I’m in a pretty emotionally flippant state right now. I keep swapping between examination of the various issues in my life right now. I should clarify that by issues I mean potential issues. They aren’t problems that I have, just problems I could have depending on what I do today. Oh, some problems are good. […]

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What is an American?

Some four hundred years ago my family became Americans. My ancestors were among the very first to come off the European ships and be introduced to this new world. Now, it is clear that if the pilgrims had landed in Sweden they would not have become Swedish (in fact they didn’t). If they had landed […]

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