Monthly Archives: July 2012

LIVING THE LIFE OF A HUMAN BEING

My human experience gets broader and richer and deeper as the years go by. A cause for puzzlement a cause for creativity a cause for joy. Advertisements

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MIXED-UP METAPHOR

Somewhere along the line, somebody decided that corn would be more appealing if they called the little, string-like growths out of the kernel,”silk.” Fast forward: somewhere along the line, somebody decided that silk would be more appealing if they called … Continue reading

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COUNTDOWN TO LAUNCH

Launching used to be for sailing ships, so grand and tall and wide. . . later, we launched our moon-bound rockets and ejected pods, not taking them along on the ride, but power burst through atmosphere and we had crossed … Continue reading

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CHAPTER NUMBER UNKNOWN: Friday July 27, 2012.

In which our heroine, Elaine, ventures forth into her challenges, allows herself to notice the difficulties, wherever they lie in her exterior world, and feel them firmly wherever they seem to live in her interior world, knowing that they will … Continue reading

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HOW WONDER INTERVENES

What world we live in depends so much on which direction and which things we look at among all of those which lie within our reach and the capacity of our attention. The potential and the beauty there, somewhere, anywhere … Continue reading

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MEMORY OF IRON

They say that smell’s the sense most strong evoking memories, short or long, but, did they count the sound, the blaring coo of horn paired with the roar of wheels squeaking over tracks of iron, heavy trains that echo loud … Continue reading

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PRAYING FOR A PRAYER

I know myself at least. . . to the depths I’ve dared to delve, at times, with agony– a quest that brings me understanding. . . +++++peace. . . ++++++++++clarity. . . in some degree. . . my pen. . … Continue reading

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