Our minds are inebriated on thought.
Sometimes the bottle wins no matter how much we resist its pull.
The world will always be dangerous, but that’s only because we inhabit it.
While you sleep, the world comes alive.
Time doesn’t stop for any of us. Nor should it have to.
The last poem of controversial poet, Daniel Michel Bartimue.
At the fork in the road two choices emerge. Which direction is right and which is wrong?
Let the fire in your heart burn.
As uplifting as the tale of Scrooge itself, this is the story of how one writer and one book revived the signal holiday of the Western world.
You can find your sanctuary within the pages of a book.