time and life

January 8th, 2019

          relative time

Einstein’s theory of time’s relativity concept states the higher you live above sea level the faster you age. Continue reading “time and life” »

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December 19th, 2018

going from up to down

I joined the parachute team in college and prepared for competition.  Continue reading “up-down-up” »

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natural flying into other dimensions

November 20th, 2018

bird looking and leaving

Yesterday’s wonderful dream: Continue reading “natural flying into other dimensions” »

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November 13th, 2018

reading supports our dreams

My youngest son is in Graduate School in Jamaica, studying Heritage Culture. He’s evaluating how cultures value their history. It’s a fascinating topic that few people really consider, and he’s learning how to think. Continue reading “caring” »

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behaving serenely

November 6th, 2018

it’s not bad to sit quietly

Three months ago I made a commitment to sit with my eyes closed for 20 minutes twice a day, in the morning and at night. Continue reading “behaving serenely” »

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Hill of Crosses

October 15th, 2018

there must be a million crosses here

Siauliai, Northern Lithuania is a pilgrimage site mainly for believers of Catholic Christianity, but ancient historical origins  place crosses in this particular location for hundreds of years, since the lost uprising Wars of Independence of 1831. Continue reading “Hill of Crosses” »

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space mind

September 11th, 2018

Southern Marin is amazing

Our adult perception, according to Gaston Bauchelard’s The Poetics of Space comes from childhood.  Dwellings affect creativity, and space can be metaphoric. Continue reading “space mind” »

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viewpoints are relative

September 4th, 2018

wearing this bonnet is a drag

I want to discuss insight from a recent conversation I had with someone who didn’t like ‘male gender’ pronouns in writing.  This person doesn’t like wording like ‘he said, ‘ and want to change all wording to be ‘they said’ or ‘ a transgender individual said.’ Continue reading “viewpoints are relative” »

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future and past mix

August 21st, 2018

bagpipes seem mystical to me

My brother decided to play bagpipes when he was twelve years old, and found a Scotsman who lived nearby to teach him how to play. Continue reading “future and past mix” »

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no two memories are alike

July 31st, 2018

Vincent Price is the scariest of them all

Today my first cousin and I had lunch during her work day.  We can go years without seeing each other, so it’s special when we do get a chance to visit.   Continue reading “no two memories are alike” »

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