Tag: C.S. Lewis

  • The Cure for All Human Ills

    The Cure for All Human Ills

    In 1916, this is what C.S. Lewis wrote to his childhood friend, Arthur Greeves. “Whenever you are fed up with life, start writing:  ink is the cure for all human ills, as I have found out long ago.” I think he’s right.  Although I first penned The Olympian, A Tale of Ancient Hellas in 2002…

  • The Yellow Pad

    If you refer to my personal schedule that we posted several months ago, you will note that on a normal weekday, I am away from my home approximately four hours.  Two of those four hours, I’m on my bike and during the other two, I engage in contemplative activity.  Thoughts and ideas come to me…