Not Charity, Not Hope, but…

My latest essay is up at Eclectica.org. It’s called “Faith,” but it ain’t what you might think… It’s more. At least, I hope it is. Let me know what you think.

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About Thomas J. Hubschman

Thomas J. Hubschman is the author of Look at Me Now, My Bess, Song of the Mockingbird, Billy Boy, Father Walther’s Temptation, The Jew’s Wife & Other Stories and three science fiction novels. His work has appeared in New York Press, The Antigonish Review, Eclectica, The Blue Moon Review and many other publications. Two of his short stories were broadcast on the BBC World Service.

Posted on January 6, 2012, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. This essay made me stop and think about what I believe and why. I enjoyed reading it. I do think in visual images a lot. A lot of my education was artistic. But I direct my thoughts towards words because that represents a higher level to me. The local public library had at one time a quotation from Hamlet painted in big letters around the wall, ‘Words without thoughts never to heaven go’. I never figured out why the quote was written in that way. It just seemed to me to make more sense to say the opposite instead, i.e., that it is ‘Thoughts without words’ that never mean anything. I guess Hamlet is still making the grey cells go around!

    KG, Miami, Florida

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