Very Superstitious

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About Jeff Swain

Jeff Swain claims to be an expert on nothing. He's just a humble seeker, looking to find out what it's all about. Aside from searching for the meaning of life, Jeff likes to run marathons. You can follow along with his life and adventures on his blog, Twitter, and Facebook.


  1. Good read! Thought provoking! ah…the human condition. :) I think this would have earned an A from Big Lou.

  2. Just Stormy says:

    It’s only weird if it doesn’t work: :)
    Hey, Hey Jeff! This was a veritable package of literary brilliance filled with all sorts of metaphoric allusions, analogies, and other literary devices! You took me through a range of emotions as well, taking me personally back to my own high school classes, when–surprise, surprise–I would write the 15-page, long-winded essay on Thomas Hardy and get a B, and my friend Kirsten would write 3 pages and get an A. I know where you are coming from.
    But then you moved us along and tied it all so neatly into the emotion of the superstitions…captured it all so perfectly. Very nice! While I agree it’s about the mindset, I think ultimately it’s all about hope, isn’t it–being the best we can be with all the help we can get.
    Anyway, great read my friend. Yes, Big Lou would certainly be proud. (and, yes, this is the 15-page, unabridged comment….)

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