Monthly Archives: March 2014

Mudslides and Earthtones

I have a headache this morning from hearing about those killer mudslides of Washington state. I was just thinking rain wasn’t a bad thing (especially when compared to drought or snow), but now we see a world a-wash in new … Continue reading

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Earth and Heart

The core that seethes under the smooth skin of living opens up disruption, violently showing what heart would keep hidden. The volcanoes of first birth on display no matter how Time cools us down.

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The Missing Airplane

Hollywood could not have thought up a more fascinating plot than one of any of the devised ones for the missing Malaysia airliner. But who will actually write the ending? Sometimes even writers are divided as to good finishes. If … Continue reading

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Thailand — looking back

I wanted to go to Thailand for years to see the Buddha’s face there which is different from his face in other places. Like Jesus, Buddha is a bit of a shape-shifter. Some see a thin ascetic Buddha while others … Continue reading

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Looking for Robins

This winter has hit us with such a harsh and curled up fist of ice we are still reeling from the blow. My garden is thick with ice, snow, and branches that were too frail for the elements. The geese … Continue reading

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The Envelope Please….

The Oscars are over for the year. Now the Hollywood machines are gearing up for the next round in twelve months. I am just happy to make it through to the end. There was much I did not see this … Continue reading

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