When All the World’s Problems Are Solved, is Optimism Still Necessary?

Of the thousands of battles and casualties scattered across the history of mankind, the philosophy of the highest value was hope. Hope to win a war in which no man could win. Hope that times of depression would fade and a golden era would eradicate such misery. Hope that no matter the circumstances our race … Continue reading When All the World’s Problems Are Solved, is Optimism Still Necessary?

The 2018 Grinch is a Cinematic Masterpiece- And Here’s Why (‘Grinch’ Review)

As of late, I have found myself in a state deprived of motivation or a muse. What good is writing if there is no song in my heart to do so? It was not until last night, around six p.m., that I found a piece of art that moved me enough to write again. Today, … Continue reading The 2018 Grinch is a Cinematic Masterpiece- And Here’s Why (‘Grinch’ Review)

The Town: Part 3

“I don’t know, Jac’n… she… she smells like the forest.” “She looks like a horse gal.” “Oh, yeah. She loves ‘em.” “So when’s this wedding happening again?” “Spring.” “Hmph… I still can’t believe you married a girl.” “Is that right?” “I don’t mean it to be sideways, Zackhy, but I… I find it real unfair … Continue reading The Town: Part 3