Category Archives: Proverbs

The Very Definition of Peace

The Very Definition of Peace by Nancy Peacock “I remember about 5 years ago lying in bed late one night pondering what would be the hardest two things that could ever happen to me. There were of course a number … Continue reading

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The Art of Vengeance

“Art goes to where words cannot reach.” James Romaine This reminded me something Odysseas Elytis said so long ago (note: “Wanting to be Heard“): The lack of synchronicity between nature and man caused the lack of synchronicity between body and soul. … Continue reading

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On Sacrifice

On Sacrifice, by Kelly Davidson My father was a fighter pilot stationed in Germany during the Cold War. His much older brother, Ken, spent all of WWII as a sailor, clinging to the frozen railing of a Corvette in a … Continue reading

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How we begin to remember

Under African Skies by Paul Simon Joseph’s face was black as night The pale yellow moon shone in his eyes His path was marked By the stars in the Southern Hemisphere And he walked his days Under African Skies This … Continue reading

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More Beautiful for Being Broken: Multiple Sclerosis

That guy that can’t walk by Dion Oxford, Reposted with permission. In 2010 I traveled to Costa Rica with Erinn and Cate for surgery. It was rumored that this procedure could do a lot to alleviate some of the significant … Continue reading

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The Greatest Gift of my Friendship

The greatest gift my friendship can give you is the gift of your Belovedness. I can give that gift only insofar as I have claimed it for myself. Isn’t that what friendship is all about: giving each other the gift … Continue reading

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More Beautiful for Being Broken: Kintsukuroi

“The Japanese art of Kintsugi, or Kintsukuroi, repairs broken pottery with seams of gold. This repairs the brokenness in a way that makes the object even more beautiful for being broken. It is a long and difficult process, but the results are … Continue reading

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