“Making eye contact with adults while dressed as a clown is risky.” —Douglas Coupland
The composer of godslaugh.me* dares to play the fool for life’s defining metaphors.
“Life is a voyage.” —Victor Hugo
Metaphor—the language of perception that shows and tells the stories we live—is the wizard’s wand of words.
“You don’t see something until you have the right metaphor to let you perceive it.” —Robert Stetson Shaw
The ageless hero of his timeless yarn, boldly hoists life’s most laughable metaphor, Father Time, on its own petard!
“Time is making fools of us again.” —J.K. Rowling
On humor’s way to life sweet spot, he makes light of the temporal metaphors that make fools of us all, in the same boat with wizards whose words are to laugh, to love, and to live for.
“Time is but the stream I go a-fishing in.” —Henry David Thoreau
*Edward Norman ‘Ed’ Shapiro arranges his own and others’ thoughts about the meaning of life, the universe and all she wrote, into the compositions posted at godslaugh.me. including the myriad themes and the post that reads like a book.
“I always have this red nose in my pocket, and if it looks like I’m taking things too seriously, or the person I’m talking to is taking them too seriously, I put the nose on. It doesn’t matter what we’re doing or talking about, it doesn’t matter if we agree or disagree, the nose changes everything.” —Bernie Glassman
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