Humphrey Bogart

Via on Aug 15, 2010

Humphrey Bogart

Humphrey Bogart as Sam Spade 1941

About Jay Winston

Jay S. Winston, founder and proprietor of Yoga for Cynics (, has a PhD in English, making him the kind of doctor who, in case of life-threatening emergency, can explain Faulkner while you die, is currently (semi-)(un-)employed as a freelance writer and editor, teaches creative writing to homeless men, tutors recovering addicts in reading, was recently certified as a Kripalu yoga teacher, gets around mostly by bicycle, is trying to find an agent for his novel, resides in the bucolic Mt. Airy neighborhood of Philadelphia, State of Mildly Inebriated Samadhi, U.S.A. and, like most people who bike and practice yoga, used to live in Boulder.


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One Response to “Humphrey Bogart”

  1. Andrej Marcel says:

    My question is: what have we achieved by “forgiveness” if some degree of reconciliation or restoration of a relationship is not inherent in the act of forgiveness? It doesn’t seem like anything has been accomplished, there is no movement or progress in the relationship. It seems rather than forgiving the person you’re simply no longer angry; big difference.

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