Lately I’ve been doing a lot of reading from one of the best writers of our time. In doing so, I realized we have a lot in common. We’re both somewhat misunderstood, a little lost and definitely searching in this world. Of course, you may be able to guess from my theme and recent musings, that this great thinker isn’t a reformed theologian or enlightenment philosopher but is a modest, reclusive cartoonist from the 20th century.
Thus, I’ve decided to share with you sporadic snippets of “My Life According to Calvin”, penned by Bill Watterson, one of the greatest thinkers, cartoonists and social critics of our time. This stems from many study breaks whence, upon reading the comic strip, I felt as though I could relate to the thoughts or emotions on several identifiable but somewhat obscure levels. I’ll admit, this is mostly for my own amusement. That being said, I hope you get something out of it as well.