“Wellness is a state quite beyond health; a state of being completely free from aches, pains, irritations, stress, anxiety, inflammation, fear, distress, or disquiet. Wellness is not only a condition of bodily perfection, but spiritual perfection, as well, high energy, perfect mental acuity, peace, sexual fulfillment, empowerment, control, contentment. Wellness is a divine state. Continue reading “Against “Wellness””
“The grass is always greener on the other side.” Poured my heart into this one.
“Violent antipathies are always suspicious and betray a secret affinity.” -William Hazlitt Who Are You Trying To Convince? is the latest episode of Proverbial and is available now.
And everybody is somebody’s child. Episode 49 of Proverbial is available now.
This week’s episode of Proverbial is concerned with a saying of Thomas Aquinas: “I fear the man of one book.” Offensive things are said about modern reading strategies. Enjoy.
The latest episode of Proverbial is available today and concerns the great difference between friends and family, even though modernity has largely conflated the two.
After a month off, Proverbial is back. Available now, “A New Twist on an Old Favorite.” Up for consideration is Edmund Burke’s aphorism, “A spirit of innovation is generally the result of a selfish tempter and confined views.”
The latest episode of Proverbial is up now and concerns Tennyson’s well-known adage, “‘Tis better to have loved and lost than to have never loved at all.” The episode glosses first loves, divorce, Menander, and so forth. At present, this is my favorite episode of the show.
When I’m depressed, I watch standup comedy. I watch it alone. I don’t laugh. When it is over, I feel better. The latest episode of Proverbial is about jokes, why jokes are offensive, and why you need to be offended every now again.
“A man does not mind being blamed for his faults and being punished for them, and he patiently suffers for them, but he becomes impatient if he is required to give them up. -Goethe What does it mean for our faults to be “worth it”? How do faults slowly become our private lives? How doContinue reading “Proverbial, Episode 17: Not Even Jail”