“Unite and heal? I don’t wanna!” the rebels cry.
Posts Categorized: History
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?
What is required, overall, is a new paradigm in the way people think about disease. Laurie Garrett, author of The Coming Plague
In a crippled moment, the disabled lead.
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.
Two friends responded to my earlier post on Alexander Von Humboldt with additional information that altered my perspective, and I would like to share.
You will be happy to know that the Uranus-Pluto square is coming to an end.
I am happy to say that I spent Thanksgiving with “the greatest man since the Deluge.”
I always thought that Apaches were the scariest Indians of all. And then I took a walk in a garden.
“When you see a new trail, or a footprint you do not know, follow it to the point of knowing.” Uncheedah