“The right-hand path is living in the context of the mask of one’s village. The left-hand way is of the individual quest. So the mask of the individual’s own life pulls against the mask held up by society”. -Joseph Campbell “As we drive toward the apex of a six-lane span over the St.Johns river, the […]
We enter here, we enter there The road ahead, it never cares There’s a turn for you, a turn for me A turn for all who care to see.
Prologue In the second half of the 11th century, the Aquitaine area of southern France gave birth to the Troubadours, wandering poets who sang of love for love’s sake. This was the time of the Arthurian legends, chivalry, and the ritual of courtly love, amidst the stoicism of forced marriages. For […]