on a mission

Me and my clan took a road trip from Missouri to New Mexico this summer

Going through Kansas we saw a lot of churches.

A few days prior to our trip, my daughter and I had a quick talk about a cross and I jokingly called it a plus sign. It was a little short on the bottom.

As we drove through Kansas, Missouri, Narnia, Colorado and saw all these churches, we’d say, ‘hey, another plus sign’, or ‘they sure do like plus signs in this little town’, and on it went. Then I started thinking, how great it would be if people worshiped math like they worshiped religion.

If every Sunday people would put on their Sunday best and head to out Math.

Wake up kids, time for Math!

There would be Sunday school where kids worked on long division and were given sugar cookies and generic kool-aid. We’d have images of Stephen Hawking, Albert Einstein, Pythagoras, Neil DeGrasse Tyson in glass windows.

There wouldn’t be a hundred different interpretations. Anyone could show up to any math and the answers would be the same no matter what part of the country you were in. Songs would be made to the Golden Ratio and being able to calculate the area of anything would be second nature.

It would no longer be people saying dumb things like ‘prove me wrong’. We could say ‘let me prove to you that I’m right’.

it would be fantastic and it would be glorious.

An Open Letter to My Knee

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Important things in life


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My Kansas City (Part 1)

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This is how I see Kansas City. Growing up in the mountains of Northern New Mexico and surrounded by 2 national forests, I’ve grown quite used to trees and rocks and dirt and.. whatever else people see when they tell me it’s beautiful up there. At times I walk around …

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