Feb 20, 2009
Feb 13, 2009
I've met a lot of wonderful people through the internet: writers, creatives, seekers, thinkers, believers ... skeptical believers, believing skeptics. My favorite combination is funny and profound, sarcastic and worshipful. Some one who can make me giggle and then bring it home and make me cry. That's what author Matthew Paul Turner did to me in this video. He shared his essay about fear at his church last week.
Check out MPT's blog, Jesus Needs New PR. Great blog title, huh? Well, it's a great blog to boot.
Feb 9, 2009
I'm going back to New York at the end of February to participate in the International Arts Movement conference, called IAM Encounter. I just got interviewed about my experiences at IAM on the blog, Asphalt Eden, which you can read here.
And now, a beautiful photo. The boats are in Huntington Harbour. The mountains are the San Gabriels, 45 miles to the north, through some of the most populated, industrial, grotty area of Los Angeles. The mountains look so close, that's how clear it was today. Makes you understand why people (want to) move here.
Feb 5, 2009
If you missed my appearance on Mornings with Mike and Juliet, I was part of a panel, talking about various dating websites. I feel somewhat vindicated for being rejected by eHarmony. According to the eharmony spokesperson who was also on the show, I got rejected because I was a "complex thinker."
You can watch it here or there.