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You will live free

Wednesday, September 28th, 2011

I’ve had this quote in my head for days. I couldn’t remember where it came from, and there’s only 1 hit on the net for the quote. I think it deserves a second. Ladies and gentlemen, the true thing is… I know we’re creating a scene, but creating a scene is not illegal. You were […]


Monday, September 5th, 2011

Is there a difference between a soul choosing to inhabit a body in a specific place and time and a soul being chosen by God to be where it is when it is? Did your soul exist before you were born and will it exist after you die? Is the great Death we pretend to […]


Saturday, July 30th, 2011

I’m writing this post for myself and not for you. Sometimes I do that. Today I tried to make an Austrian dish called Mohnnudln. When words end in “ln” it is a little like putting a ‘y’ on the end of a word. Mohn means poppy seed, nudel is noodle, but they’re little noodles. Noodlies. […]

Who is the You that thinks It knows Who It is?

Sunday, June 19th, 2011

I love reading about how people don’t do enough for themselves and for the world. I absolute adore getting fired up and hating a system, loathing a process, or grinding my teeth in the general direction of some backwards thing nobody (but me, of course) realizes or cares about. I freaking eat that up. I […]

Quitting Music Forever. (not)

Wednesday, April 27th, 2011

Music.  Music is amazing.  You can hear it and feel it but can’t see it. (I can’t believe I keep linking to this song.  It’s just so funny though)  It’s a fairly universal language (although an A is considered 443 or 442 hz here in Europe, though its 440 in America…) and it’s beautifully mathematical. […]

Kinder Games

Tuesday, April 26th, 2011

Today I swung on swings in the park.  Someday soon I’ll have to take photos exclusively of the park.  Maybe I’ll do that tonight!  Night photos of a big playground will be sweet. As I was swinging, I remembered a game from my childhood.  As kids we seemed to look for every opportunity to throw […]

Blatherings From Work

Tuesday, November 30th, 2010

I have a lot of time to think and write at work.  Sometimes it makes sense.  Other times it rhymes.  Sometimes it manifests as this: The spirit is there.  Well before we manifest.  Our actions reflect our universal aspect of intention. Try this.  When you hurt, close your senses and ask yourself, “why does this […]

Thanksgiving? National Day of Mourning?

Wednesday, November 17th, 2010

I like the idea of a national day of giving thanks.  I also like the idea of a national day of mourning.  I even like these two being celebrated on the same day, even by the same people.  While on a conference call this week whose purpose was to organize a Mountain Justice alternative spring […]

A Cold Walk Home

Saturday, February 13th, 2010

“Ducks!” I said. They didn’t notice. “Who are you?” They must have heard.  They just ignored me. “Do you fall in love?” They chattered to each other, as if deciding whether or not to answer. “Ducks…” I whispered, “who are you?” “Who am I?”  I chortled.  The air through my nostrils was cold and thin. […]

Things Fall Apart, in Time.

Friday, January 8th, 2010

The glass prison had been smashed, long before the hands knew how.  They hung there lamely waiting for the hour to change.  One should never throw stones when living in a glass house, but perhaps throwing ones self through the walls and getting the hell out of there as fast as possible is acceptable.  If […]

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