Ronald Lee WeagleyTeller of Tales
Dr. Weagley learned of the importance of sharing while engaged in his highly sensitive tell-all religious vocation system. He decided to clarify his perceptions of absolutes such as God, Jesus, Church, and undeserved and unearned Grace. His ministry used animated tales and stories as essential and exponential in degrees. However, Guillian-Barre Syndrome dropped him to his knees mid-stride, paralyzed him temporarily, and departed leaving him with residuals that haunt—as if shadowy phantoms in the night.
Leaning on his cane while sipping his libation and puffing either his cigar or pipe, Dr. Weagley views his image as ironically having been transformed— morphed—from a retired and robed stand-up preacher roosting in a pulpit, into a seated question-riddled author hovering closeted while telling tales diluted with mystery, reality, and imagination that lead human integrity toward truth.
In his works and on this site; Dr. Weagley mixes truth and fantasy in order to fabricate. He fibs while endorsing action against in-action. He cajoles while stirring good with evil to produce reality as if he were a gourmet chef in life’s kitchen. Using concept details as condiments, he incorporates symbols, metaphors, allegories, and medieval mystery play images with contemporary fantasy dreams of “bigger and better” things to be, bakes them in truth sauce, and serves the dish elegantly plated.