A dutiful scholar should never be above the urge to create. Their soul drive is to explore, not to criticize. So, occasionally something creative appears. A muse calls and leaves three voicemail messages, then she sends a few more text messages for good measure. As a responsible individual, the scholar should respond promptly to such urgency. So here is her most recent message.

Scholarly (adj): involving or relating to serious academic study having or showing knowledge, learning, or devotion to academic pursuits ORIGIN: Old English: scol(i)ere “schoolchild, student,” from Late Latin scholaris, from Latin schola “school.” Musing (v): being absorbed in thought talking to oneself in a thoughtful manner ORIGIN: Middle English : from Old French muser “meditate, wastetime,” perhaps from medieval Latin musum “muzzle.” Cited: Oxford Ameriican […]