Monthly Archives: October 2010

Sermon for 10/3/10: How will you be remembered?

When Mike Wallace asked Sister Thea Bowman how she would like to be remembered, she replied, “I want them to say: She tried.”
I want to be remembered for saying the words whispered in my ear.

Remember me swinging nouns and verbs like swords.
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Dairy of a Mad Creative: I create therefore I am. Pt 5

How can all the damn roads be uphill?
Sometimes, shit just “is”. Continue reading

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Diary of a Mad Creative: I create therefore I am. Pt 4

I have told you that the drama of presenting drama often threatens to eclipse the intended production.

Theater is the land of Murphy’s Law; what can go wrong will.

Diamonds are created by pressure.

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