If you pay attention, the natural world can inspire some very deep thinking.
First published in 2013, a book of essays by an Indigenous writer is soaring on a The New York Times list of bestsellers. What’s going on?
“Nothing dollarable is safe, no matter how guarded.” John Muir
“From the very beginning, I felt more horse than human.” Lynda Evans, Artist “I could neigh before I could talk,” says Lynda Evans. And she ran and neighed on a green of the golf course near her home in an affluent, country club community in Knoxville, Tennessee. She also drew horses at… Read more »
The devastating hacking of my computer became a gift in a way. But first, a little background.
What? What do you mean, why am I here? To make a good life, of course.
It began with this sense of waiting, of expectancy. And then I tuned into the significance of the number three.
Is it possible for a human awakening to travel the Earth with the same speed as a pandemic?
I’m back. I’ve just been thinking for two months about how to write through this pandemic without stirring up more fear or anger. And then I got help–from the voice of a shaman.
We need more bugs.
“I’m not going to drink something that came out of a cow’s pants!”
What is required, overall, is a new paradigm in the way people think about disease. Laurie Garrett, author of The Coming Plague
This second epidemic is not of disease, like COVID-19, but of despair–within a certain demographic of American men.
In a crippled moment, the disabled lead.
Appearing just weeks before the world began to move into an international health emergency, Deepak Chopra’s latest book, Meta Human, may come to the spiritual rescue of many readers. Because of my interest in alternative medicine and the spiritual factor in healing, I had engaged with the writings of Deepak Chopra decades ago. However, he was… Read more »
In Santa Fe, a red light is just a suggestion.
“I spent a career chasing electrons. Then I decided to chase birds.” Tom Taylor
Are you ready for a way of understanding beyond logic?
The heart of the publishing industry may be in New York, but here in Santa Fe, Liz Trupin-Pulli has her finger on its pulse.
Sitting right next to me was a world champion weightlifter, a restoration caver, and my next blog topic.