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Posts Categorized: The Feminine

So, What’s with the Crawdads?

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Where the Crawdads Sing, a novel by Delia Owens, has sold an unprecedented 4.5 million copies since it was published in 2018.

Humboldt Rises Again, a Woman at his Side

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  Two friends responded to my earlier post on Alexander Von Humboldt with additional information that altered my perspective, and I would like to share.

Hope Lifts on Black Wings

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  Rapid changes in our environment have fledged so many warnings from the scientific community, and now comes one more. Our birds are vanishing in North America. “And that,” said conservation scientist Ken Rosenberg of the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, “is an indicator of a coming collapse of the overall environment.” WAIT A MINUTE! WAIT… Read more »

Reason for Hope

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An antidote to the anxiety, separation, and polarization of our world today, Erica’s story offers hope that, with a will to serve and an open heart, miracles are possible.  Joan Borysenko, Ph.D.

The Moon Rises Anew

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  How great that in 1969, America was the first country to leave a footprint on the moon. But after 50 years, could it be time to commit to a different kind of ambition that would make us even more proud?

The West as Muse

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For the feminine artist, the ability to range free in the West catalyzed genius.

The Era of Ripped Jeans

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“In many cases, individuals are exploited by markets. . . .” Yuval Noah Harari, author of Sapiens