Suddenly on that 80-mile drive home, I had company. His name was Luther.
One of my most important childhood memories has to do with the Bible story of Abraham and Isaac.
“When you see a new trail, or a footprint you do not know, follow it to the point of knowing.” Uncheedah
“Two roads diverged in a yellow wood . . . .” Robert Frost
I am ahead of my time–at least in the moment.
Potatoes are clearly hot, so here is another story.
We must be alert for messages from the Beyond.
“It’s a book about trees,” says Richard Powers, and humor ripples through the audience.
“Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.”
For the feminine artist, the ability to range free in the West catalyzed genius.
To ripen: To mature as in fruit growing ruddy and full
This full moon is “super” in more ways than one.
Rebooting my blog for 2019 has been difficult. Everything seems so weird.
Is it possible through heart and intention to invoke a synchronicity that will alter destiny? Let’s hope so.
Across the troubled border–in Juarez, to be exact–a new beginning waits.
“In many cases, individuals are exploited by markets. . . .” Yuval Noah Harari, author of Sapiens
The title of my last post was “Where To, Sapiens?” I have a response in mind.
“This is the best reason to learn history: not in order to predict the future, but to free yourself of the past and imagine alternative destinies.” Yuval Noah Harari
“I don’t carry a twitch anymore.” Biggy
“If you get into a fix, just let a little air out of your tires.”