I like to think I’m a CS Lewis fan. Having come across his writings not too long ago, I have read quite a number of his books. I’ve thought about writing some sort of review on some of the books I’ve been reading and I’m finally getting to it.
Every review or critic is in truth some sort of commentary. Sometimes, even speaking more of the author than the subject. There’s a fine line.
These are the days of our lives
Dawn and dusk
Triggered outbursts and sober reflections
Gold and blue or black and white
In the fast lane where expressions have gone mobile
We’re caught up in a sprint
Possessed with trying to possess what we think would satiate our need
I wonder if anyone is awake in this loop or do we willingly go back to sleep
Red pill or blue pill, pick one
Slow down the ride and
Savour the experience
Toothpick a lesson or two while you’re at it.
Some time last year, I was running a poem series titled
– ‘These Are The Days of Our Lives‘.
You can read the last entry to this series here
This is another entry.
On Eric McTexas’ biography of Dietrich Bonhoeffer
I have been reading this book for over a year. Yup, it feels strange. I’m usually a fast reader 👨🏾🏫. The book is about 600 pages and I’m more than halfway through but I’m holding off on reading it too quickly.
So I wrote this piece for a friend’s birthday series on her blog.
Do check it out HERE.
I am, because;
I am, therefore;
I am undergoing;
I am becoming.