Death Ground

A historical story of Cortez is that after landing in what is today Mexico, his soldiers showed signs of weakness. Distraught with the conflict with the Aztecs, some of his men drew up plans for a coup. Rising up the men could retake the ships and flee to Cuba. Knowing Continue Reading

The Struggling Need

In my last article on “A New Stirring of Feeling,” I discussed several topics, some of which included the ideas behind overcoming an enemy through manipulation. It is sometimes necessary to scope out a battlefield and designate a strategy to our warfare. Some enemies need to be overtaken, and sometimes Continue Reading