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Philosophy Stories

From Pennsylvania to Montana and Back

on
December 13, 2017

Early August in Montana, 2007. The afternoons burned hot, but the mornings were bitter and covered with frost. Our days swam together until neither the time nor the the…

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This is Real Silence

on
November 7, 2017

Hatch Magazine¬†published my story, “This is real silence.”
Excerpts . . .

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. . . It can be dead silent on that…

Philosophy Stories

Legendary

on
February 1, 2017

Because I couldn’t fight back the tears, I turned away. Because I’d never had a moment where I felt such immediate loss, I surrendered to the defeat. The emotion…

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The Ladder and the Sky

on
June 2, 2016

I climbed the wobbly ladder and slid onto the soft, rubber roof of the camper. I’ve never been much afraid of heights, but my perspective was immediately challenged by…

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Spring Camp With Two Boys | 2016

on
May 26, 2016

My Dad and I have often visited a campsite in the same remote spot atop a state forest mountain for almost fifteen years now. The spring trip is a…