A gathering of momentous facts, anecdotes, ideas related to the many aspects of the utterling called stedawa. He could be called a zhongster instead of a songster (because he tries to find the Middle Way) (zhong = middle or center in Mandarin).
He ambles more than he preambles and he feels a sense of obligation where there are shambles and shambas. He has no amulets yet. His earlier career was spent sharing the beautiful logic of mathematics with high school students in Canada, while for more than the past decade he has striven to unravel the knots of the English language to students in South Korea and China.
Earlier entries in this blog have migrated from the Two Hands Approach to the English Language website which he designed years ago but which has now been replaced by newangleonwriting.org and symphonicassemblage.org. Those two websites focus on writing and a new genre for scholarly research that suits the times we live in (the dawning of the Integral Age) called the assemblage.
stedawa is a member of the Bahá'í Faith, a new and fresh and progressive religion that has its origins in Islamic Persia, but globally now has more than 6 million believers. That is not to say that the problem of the persecution of Bahá'ís in their homeland has not stopped. To find out more, start at the main international Bahá'í website.
we are all in this together