nathan f. elmore
Along the Wahiba Sands, in Oman, in 2012.
A story is a way to say something that can’t be said any other way.
While we may cherish our various rich religious inheritances, the essence of our being cannot be contained by the boundaries of religious definition.
The idea of direct and complete access to truth is an arrogant illusion that violates the multifaceted integrity of the created world.
The Israeli-Palestinian conflict, walls (material and immaterial), and peacemaking.
How a purple-colored Sharpie and a Sara Bareilles song conspired to write this love-note to my wife.
In Thailand, not your ordinary tale of human interest.
While I haven't seen the film by Darren Aronofsky (yet), there is this poem by Katie Ford...
Prayers before NBA games in Oklahoma City would make Daniel Plainview grin—and maybe even desire another baptism. God knows, commerce and Christianity were meant for each other.
My four-course meal at the Golden Corral, in photos.