The Parallel Parliament

Glen Pearson

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The Secret Nook – Now Available

Posted on November 10, 2018

A dream.  A flashback.  A moment in time that might hold out hope for what was becoming an empty life.  But first she must discover what the dream meant and, more importantly, where it had occurred. Meadow Hartley left her gift and passions behind two decades earlier following the loss of her parents in a tragic car crash.  In the rural expanses of Virginia, she begins the long and heartfelt process of putting her life back together with the help of her old art instructor and the desire to recapture what had been lost. But there is a twist: instead of going back into her childhood, she must move into the future and see what she will become. The Secret Nook is a novella…

Political Dialogue – Not

Posted on June 12, 2012

(Artwork by Tommy Ingberg: www.ingberg.com) I received an email from a University of Toronto researcher thanking me for yesterday’s blog on “Negative Discovery.” He reminded me that it could well be true that most important discoveries were happened upon when the searchers were looking for something else and developed some new findings by accident. If so, with all the technology swamping the ability of the senses to make progress of it all, perhaps it might be better to stop looking for answers and start asking questions. Maybe part of survivability in the modern era is learning that in our complex societies it’s not so much the finality of the answers that matters, but the fertility of the questions. Most of the facts pounding us each…

  

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