Computer Thoughts

A computer meets a a man for the first time.

He’s regular. With average search habits.

The computer is unexcited for it knows that it can simply perform so much more.

The search are predictable.

Panicked search for jobs.
Panicked search for friends.
Panicked search for past friends.
Panicked search for existentialism.
Panicked search for new connections.
Panicked search for lust.
Panicked search for answers.
Panicked search for  truth.
Panicked search for Truth.

The computer would be confused but it does not question.

That is man’s lot……

To My Wife Before Valentine’s Day

I remember the first time I saw you walking into that college history class.

Looked forward to our first real date on the beach.
Our first kiss redefined what I would ever want in a pair of lips.
Volts of electricity shot up my back when you first said those “three” words.
Elated when you said yes and agreed to be my wife.

Yelled it from the rooftops each time you told me we’d have our babies.
Only think of our family when the challenges of life manifest.
Unwavering in my belief that there is so much good to come for us.


A Quick Review – The Story of Earth by Robert M. Hazen

The Story of Earth: The First 4.5 Billion Years, from Stardust to Living PlanetThe Story of Earth: The First 4.5 Billion Years, from Stardust to Living Planet by Robert M. Hazen
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

It is challenging to realize how little time “we” as people have spend on this planet and how “we” as a species take to squander the gifts nature provides. Thought the subject matters delves into the technical aspects of planet creation I found that the author’s passion for the subject make me want to turn to the next page and find out what happens next. The later chapters were the most impacting as they describe a planet where we are not likely to exist (in our present form) and how the cosmos could eventually fall to a darkness. A fantastic read.

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