Writing group didn’t happen this week. I’ve been feeling very odd, and finally decided I would try to write about it. Not what I expected! Written on Friday, August 11 3rd cup. coffee. I want to do a … Continue reading
This is from Kosmos, from an article by Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee. I thought it was important enough to post here. The full piece can be found at the link. Here are seven foundational qualities for the next era: Respect for women … Continue reading
This was first posted in December 2016. I think Bernie’s vision for our country is excellent. Back in 2016, Van Jones was just starting. Now he has created an organization called Dream.org that continues the work. Van Jones said: The … Continue reading
Looking for an English translation of the Song of St. Francis, I found Branduardi’s version of the words, which is the one he sings, and turns out to be his own rendering of Francis. It is acknowledged to be a … Continue reading
One thing that’s fun about reading through my blog again is I find things that cheer me up. I posted this in October 2012, and it just cheered me up again.
From my journal for August 14 Writing assignment by Mark Matousek: A role you’re playing in your life today that no longer suits you and why. My role as a trauma victim. That the wound of being left alone gets … Continue reading
I posted this video back in 2011. Glad to find it’s still available. I’m posting it under present day because it’s more relevant than ever.
I always enjoy it when the “real” truth appears. Actually I really like Parker Palmer’s definition: “Truth is an eternal conversation about things that matter, conducted with passion and discipline.” Interestingly, I remember it as an ongoing conversation. That’s how … Continue reading
Early in January, Hanover Friends Meeting hosted a talk by Bruce Duthu about the Truth and Reconciliation Commission in Maine. The TRC was intended to uncover the truth about child-welfare practice with Maine’s Native people. They wanted to create opportunities … Continue reading
From Kosmos Journal, 5/18/21 Unfortunately, the difficulties of late capitalism, as more of us are pressured to compete with each other in distorted markets, while we increasingly perceive the turbulence both around and ahead of us, means that anxiety is … Continue reading