By Jack Canfora
...it's hard at times (today being one such instance) not view my life as little more than the sum total of my mistakes.
By Jack Canfora "The quality of mercy," wrote The Bard in his anti-Semitic romantic romp, The Merchant of Venice, "is not strained." However, in my experience, the quality of mercy is often very strained indeed. Strained past to the point I think that, despite intense physical therapy, it may be out for the season. I... Continue Reading →
Even those whose worldview we find must repugnant and alienating are, deep down, also come from a place of fear and alienation. I try to remember that. And that's at least something in common.