Monthly Archives: May 2012

#44 Making Good Food

Sorry for getting off track on the numbered posts… Making good food is one of the most basic human rights. There is no good food that is “fast”. Plain and simple, to eat well is nearly the most revolutionary thing … Continue reading

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Bio-char with David Yarrow

Check out this Vimeo video! Since meeting David, our hearts have been one. The sanctity of the planet and all of her organisms are not only worthy of us, but essential to us. This practice allows us to spin the … Continue reading

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#43 The Empty Pot

This is one of the crucial things to understand in the process of developing a more realistic relationship with the Earth, her creatures and indeed ourselves and other humans. Many great folk tales revolve around the concept, but in out … Continue reading

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Heat Islands- “Invisible Mountains in the Sky”

Today, and several times in the last week, I got to “see” phenomena that was both unnerving and obvious. When I was in college, studying for an art/environmental education degree, one of my research papers was on what I called … Continue reading

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Lady Bug, Lady Bug, Fly Away Home!

For the past two days there has been a lady bug on my laptop. I let her, or him walk across and stay upon the device just to understand what message she/he had brought me. I already knew that Spring … Continue reading

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How Many Miles?

When I began my life as a blogger, I thought that just one would be enough. Now, I can envision several more, but that will have to wait until I begin to generate an income from my writing. For now, … Continue reading

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#42 (><), The Lazy Eight Or Infinity Symbol

Humans have been aware of the concept of infinity for centuries the endless cycling that we see in nature points to it, but our human conceptualization of the reality has a difficult time integrating the idea into meaningful decision-making and … Continue reading

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