Monthly Archives: December 2012

On spiritual evil

Evil is cheap. I’ve written before, the common quip about evil is that it’s “live” spelled backward. Dictionary.com lists its proto-Indo-European root as upelo, meaning “overreaching bounds,” in the sense of uppity folks. Evil is that which crosses boundaries, turning the … Continue reading

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And now a word from our sponsors. Sort of.

See this neat little image? It’s the Henge of Keltria calendar, which you can buy right here. You can even pick the month you would like it to start or end. That picture of the tree on front is one … Continue reading

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Ur: the soil

Everything until this moment has been academic. Scrape the dull metal against the soil. Its blade sparks, slight and sudden against the rock. All of life: that one spark but the shovel does not stop — or, rather the arm … Continue reading

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