The Silent Second by Adam Walker PhillipsChuck Restic has achieved the American dream, but twenty years in Human Resources have pushed him into existential-crisis mode. Only when he sets out to find a missing employee from his L.A. firm does he feel alive again. Applying his HR skills and wit to his moonlight detective work, Chuck unravels a web of crooked real estate deals and three murders, while staving off a fourth: his own.
Adam Walker Phillips is an executive at a global financial services company who used his corporate experience to inspire this debut mystery. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife and son.
Ice Cube-Laugh now, Cry Later
Whats the meaning of Laugh Now Cry later Tattoos?
I never used words to cover my flaws, but rather to reveal my soul. This is not about a tattoo to be exposed in a delicate or extravagant place, the first match that would appear if you enter this phrase in your search engine. Neither is it about the inevitable, always implied yin-yang philosophy of the dark-and-light balance of all world creatures and their exchange of energies encompassed by the universe. Amazing how just a few words can shape a life, a public or a society, under the cloak of wisdom, as if it were a life-secret aphorism. Yet, where was the wisdom, again? History Back in time before Christianity, when love had the same heartbeats, but different emotional mists, the Greeks would bestow their talents, endowments and the expression thereof on two muses, Melpomene and Thalia, the comic and the tragic shapes of art.
Richard Hale is a tattoo enthusiast who studies and researches tattoo symbolism, meanings, and history. This design is sometimes associated with gangs and referred to as a gang tattoo. Although it may be true, the design can also represent a lot more. The term "laugh now, cry later" was made famous by rapper Ice Cube, but the design is much older than he is. You might also call it a drama mask, or "the comedy and tragedy masks," "Sock and Buskin," or just theater masks, since you often see them depicted in old theaters. They may be quite old, in fact: The tragic face might be the muse Melpomene's and the happy one might represent the muse Thalia from Greek mythology. For example, someone may choose one of these tattoos to represent mental illness, while someone else might use it to represent their theatrical experience.
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