Show me the man who asks: “why?”, and stand him next to the man who asks: “why not?”. I’ll always be curious around their stories, and more likely drawn to the latter.

As cliche, and possibly trite, as it always is seems (and, possibly meant to be be), the saying: “It’s always darkest before the dawn”, can also be relevant – if only for perspective.

There can be little truth without falsehood to offer context. And, light would be meaningless without darkness, and the fear and uncertainly it instills.

Many a man; certainly early man, realized the roots of faith founded in the fear of the unknown, and then inspired by truth and light.

But, we must often experience the horror before we can appreciate the bounty. The broader the question, possibly the deeper an answer – and likely, the more significant the clearest result.

Peace be to my Brothers and Sisters.

Brian Patrick Cork