Monthly Archives: January 2021

All the Transcendence you will find today

“Little Allegory” by Peter Cooley “I’m not the kind of heaven you thought you’d find,” the sky said, spreading itself across the floor here, in the kitchen, its gold leaf freaked and split as it appeared and disappeared and stained the … Continue reading

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In Deviance to the Circumstances

“Aspirational in deviance to the circumstances of her times.” In case you missed it, here is the poem written and read by the remarkable National Youth Poet Laureate, Amanda Gorman, who happens to be 22 years of age. I suppose … Continue reading

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Never Alone

Jason Upton – Never Alone Martin (Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.)  Never Alone Martin Sometimes, we feel so afraid Sometimes, we feel so lonely Sometimes, we feel confused Sometimes, we feel so helpless, And we don’t know what to do … Continue reading

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Did I waste my time on all that Prayer?

Age of Anxiety I just wanna live inside sometimes Don’t wanna have to beg you to subscribe Are you a man before your father dies? “But what’s a man these days?” I hear you cry And are we raising up … Continue reading

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An Invitation to What Matters

My Work is Loving the World Mary Oliver My work is loving the world. Here the sunflowers, there the hummingbird – equal seekers of sweetness. Here the quickening yeast; there the blue plums. Here the clam deep in the speckled … Continue reading

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