Love Song of a Digital Age

By Adam J. Pearson Hopeful hearts racing through typing, singing fingers ringing lines, Boys and girls gazing into screens like portals of golden wine, Whizzing words of passion, wanting, through cyber wormholes inside Ricocheting off of websites, whirling wonders multiplied, Wild hopes soaring, arcing worries, rising highly, gliding by, High like power lines and satellites in…

Do You Know?

By Adam J. Pearson Do you know that you have value? Do you know how much you’ve grown? Do you know we’re all still growing? Do you know you’re not alone? Do you know that you are worthy? Do you know that there is hope? Do you know that your life matters? Do you know that you can…

The Prison and the Key: Why I Write About Shame

By Adam J. Pearson The Wisdom of Eamonn Perkins Eamonn Perkins is a wise, humble and tremendously compassionate teacher from Ireland who spends much of his time working with addicts and prisoners. He’s so low-key that, as of this writing, he doesn’t even have a website. In a 2014 interview, Eamonn said something brilliantly concise and and equally incisive: “If you…