Monday, January 14, 2013

I am thinking about the following:

What might make good examples of meditative writing?

What about violent movies?

How about the sporting news? (you have to go to the end of the show...about minute 55) (also: ! )

What will I have going on in my first class tomorrow, really?

Is it possible that Downton Abbey is now too silly to be borne?

What will I wear tomorrow? What will be for dinner? Who'll be my role model now that my role model is gone?

If you have answers or hints or a general direction I might take to find answers to these questions, I will entertain them at this address. This one. The address at which you are currently reading these questions.


  1. I have no answers. Clearly. But I did just steal the Mosley piece, so thanks for that!

  2. I have fewer answers than radagast. I really don't think I can go on. How can I go on? Semester. Brutish. Cold. Etc. How?

  3. I'm curious about "meditative writing." Do you mean writing about meditation? Writing while meditating? Writing in a meditative manner? This is fascinating to me.

    Also, Downton: I agree re: Matthew in the last two episodes. Where is this character going and why? But it's not enough to make me abandon ship.

  4. I hope today went well.

  5. Answer to #4. "Yes."



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