Pelican

The waves on the thin water of the bay are white speedboats, zooming, zooming in. The little sandpipers ducking and bobbing and tweeting their handmaiden dances under the watchful eye of their skylark guards, broad-winged and sharp. Just one pelican,Read more…

Schism

In Aristotle’s Nichomachean ethics, he says virtues don’t exist as opposites to vices, but among them, in the strain between them. Bravery, for example, is not in the absence of fear, but inside the tension between fear and rage. TemperanceRead more…