Quill & Typewriter Musings from A Lost Time Before the Internet.

Subliminal Ethnicity

December 31, 2015

Ethnically not fitting in is something I’ve had to deal with my whole life. Some are even surprised that I’m of any particular ethnicity. The following essay was published in Fuller Theological Seminary’s student journal, […]

Sex & the Single Brain-Cell: Breast Augmentation Fall-Out

May 22, 2015

[media-credit name=”issac mao” link=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/isaacmao/1568990/” align=”alignright” width=”455″][/media-credit] If there was ever a time when one of my journal archives could have been more visual than wordy… Sorry. These posts came from the somewhat stormy time with […]

ZPD AND THE FARMER’S PROUD SON

November 21, 2014

The following tale was written as an assignment for my Pepperdine OMAET program – ED633 Educating Today’s Learner class in Fall 2001: In the days of Gilgamesh the king, a farmer’s proud son named Thresh came to […]

Mentoring and Learning the Wrong Lessons

October 9, 2014

From my Masters studies at Pepperdine University, comes this tidbit of my own mentor-deficient journey. Spring. 2002 I can’t believe how my brother betrayed me. There he was, just rambling on, completely oblivious to the […]

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