Lots of talk these days about impeachment. I’ve been reading a book on Thomas Jefferson, entitled The Art of Power, by Jon Meacham.
I went to a social gathering for artists of all media this past Wednesday. It came about because I saw an article this summer about “Creative Portland” (...
Respect is not something this country gives much value to. One has to earn respect, it is not freely given. This concept is not true of all cultures.
Some thoughts on war as the Hawaiian Congresswoman, Tulsi Gabbard proposes that America end the wars. A bold proposal . .
What occurs when you stumble upon a moment of clarity, when you absolutely know something of what goes on behind the curtain?
Our archaic ancestors’ perception of the world with its plentiful herds was undoubtedly less fearful and stress inducing than ours.
Breaking through other levels of being, of seeing, I was about to add, of reality, to my list but that’s the question isn’t it; what is real? What is dream?
I’ve signed up for the Maine Law School Information Session next month. One gets to sit in on a couple of classes and then get the spiel on what a great school it is, and the benefits of having a law degree.
Since coming back to Maine, I’ve been avoiding going to old familiar places where I hung out when I attended the University
We are the society we have created, and we bring about its demise or crowning at will. We have created the prevailing values that rule our lives . .
Have you ever noticed that in order to start on a new path one must dance with the devil? A ritual in which . . . well here’s a story to illustrate:
You have noticed that the United States appears to be in the midst of a revolution, a major transformation. The country’s myth no longer binds us.