Memorial Day Reflections || The Ancient Greeks Helping Vets with PTSD


The Greeks didn’t call it PTSD. But they understood that war brought trauma (from the Greek word meaning “wound”), which left some warriors with a “thousand-yard stare,” a phrase used by Sophocles, long after they returned home. Advocates and the military itself have found that ancient myths and stories like “Ajax” can help veterans and … Continue reading Memorial Day Reflections || The Ancient Greeks Helping Vets with PTSD

Modern remake of Oedipus Rex


While perusing the net I came across a most unusual relationship that signal to me the reality of the inchoate dystopia we now inhabit as a society. Momentarily I became Jerry Springer and decided to re-tool this story and put it here as a synopsis for a new movie to hit theatres soon. Background Story? Most … Continue reading Modern remake of Oedipus Rex