Monthly Archives: May 2011

A Question on Desire

Imagine you’re a teacher in a classroom, a politician on the stand, or someone at the park feeding ducks. In all these cases, you have a group of people or ducks in front of you… some of them are very … Continue reading

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Breaking Molds

A couple weeks ago, I sent in a proposal to the Guinness World Records. That proposal detailed my plan to take a photography featuring the largest group of people reading books outdoors. As an added bonus, I included my plot … Continue reading

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Zen and the Art of Losing Your Virginity

Part Three: The Unknown If life taught me anything in all these years, it’s that one never knows what’s going to happen next. Life is ever-changing, ever-fluxuating sequence of events. Of course, if you’ve been alive long enough to have … Continue reading

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Zen and the Art of Losing Your Restraints

Part Two: Why Not? If it’s not common knowledge already, I’m a clown magician who volunteers for Hospice, doing my part for the compassionate art of humor therapy. With giving performances in nursing homes and assisted living facilities, I meet … Continue reading

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