Just Passing Through

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I When my time comes all the bindings will be undone immersing me in a reversing flow currents converting me to a slow unwinding and un-blinding the final secrets proving all geometries under a fat moon in a starlit sky … Continue reading

Russia, the Election and the Cruise Attack

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Regarding the entire issue of alleged Russian interference in US politics and what is now unfolding in Syria, it might be useful to add some historical perspective: On January 17, 1961, three days before JFK was sworn in, President Dwight … Continue reading

As It Is

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From my earliest instruction in Buddhist meditation, this phrase, “As it is,” has been used in numerous contexts to describe a way of interpreting experience. It implies that all overlays, story, judgment, speculation about the future and interpretation of the … Continue reading

Why I Love the Mall

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It could be the fountain, its mesmerizing spray rising in perfect symmetry from an infinite source, freshening the air with its sparkling abundance. Or the way the lights create an eternal noon. All darkness is subdued, all suffering banished. I … Continue reading

Living Myth, Scott Pruitt & Collective Action

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Amidst the continuing devolution of American political discourse into a hyperpartisan Tower of Babble, Michael Meade, in a podcast series called Living Myth, cuts through the rhetoric and superficial events to the heart of the matter. He reminds us that … Continue reading

Women’s Museum of Vietnam-Hanoi

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The Vietnam Women’s Museum is a world-class project, a brilliant and poignant collection of photographs, objects common to village life, depictions of custom and women’s roles in village life, also including a wide array of ethnic textiles. It is a sacred celebration … Continue reading