I put down a thousand words or so to talk about our necessary transition from growing to getting engaged. Published by the good folks at the Center for Humans & Nature.
Happy to see that my review of this wonderful book by Heather Swan is now published in the journal MINDING NATURE from the CENTER FOR HUMANS AND NATURE. Read it here: A Honeybee of Two Minds
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Born a poor young country boy, Mother Nature’s son All day long I’m sitting singing songs for everyone Sister, I’ve been sitting for some time now, long enough that the days slip into months and on into years. My lips are cracked from singing and frankly I’m unsure who, if anyone, has heard it. My […]
To little boys who wish to cut off the tails of elephants: Hang that sharp blade at your side glinting and let your boots warm to the heat of the body once holding a beating heart Some little boys tried and never finished to replace the thing they had taken by knotting the tendons: Bow […]
My son is two years old, and some change. Some parents would call him 28 months. Other parents would say he’s “still in diapers”. I call him wise. He’s also getting the knack for celebrating holidays. While we were making our second jack o’lantern (the first was eaten by pesky squirrels only minutes after it […]
The old proverb says to “make hay while the sun shines.” Today’s proverb is “drop everything and get hay now because really there is no other time. No past, no future, just now.”
“Love and death are the two great gifts given to us. Mostly they are passed on unopened.” – Rainer Maria Rilke This quote was spoken softly into my ears in the almost too-intimate way that earbuds can achieve when set at just the right volume at just the right moment. The quote was recited by […]
Just when I was coming to terms with the realization that we might have finally arrived at a true dystopia of doublethink logic, along comes an Op Ed in the New York Times that denies the existence of objective reality and all the while takes into account the reality denied.
Today I read this to help kick off this year’s theme of inclusion. It was my first time reading in front my entire school to an audience ranging from six to sixty. I’d like to tell you a story that’s not my story actually, but the story of someone who is very close to […]