Take the Long Way Home

Take the Long Way Home

The long road is part of the game when you are a ballar…watching the sky fall is not. What divides us is our own prejudices. We are a telling reminder of the impermanence of even the grandiose man-made innovations. Here’s … Continue reading

Leap of Faith

Leap of Faith

I choose to be an observer. I hold more power when I listen. I choose to step in my power. It’s time to find out what waits for me when I do.

The Way Out

The Way Out

This isn’t the salty body of water that I prefer, but there is something about a flowing river after a downpour. It’s a formidable wildlife wonder to the ocean when it’s not within reach. I’m not sure why I’m drawn … Continue reading

Sometimes

Sometimes

simple is not necessarily unadorned…sometimes it’s all you have left. In a realm where oaths like “do no harm,” or “to uphold, defend and serve” are impulsively dodged, I turn inward for a trace of softness, tenderness, adroitness, allowance and … Continue reading

Missing Mama

Missing Mama

I was accused of being in the water for three hours. I’ve been accused of worse things, but there’s no way I could have because my bladder signals me after about an hour and as much as I would have … Continue reading

It’s Them or Us

It’s Them or Us

Misinformation. Let’s chat about it. We don’t need science to listen to our hearts, people have been managing it for ages. You know another thing people have been doing for ages? Gathering around to discuss without judgment or without government … Continue reading

A Time Capsule for My Not-So-Far-Into-The-Future Me

A Time Capsule for My Not-So-Far-Into-The-Future Me

Dearest Wanderer, A new time is here. The time to rise and restore the balance on this planet from a deeply beautiful place from within my heart. It’s an ancient wisdom that by design has been concealed for far too … Continue reading

Too Many Pricks to Count

Too Many Pricks to Count

In a time of deceit telling the truth is a revolutionary act. – George Orwell In a time of vile brews patented by malevolent inventors not drinking the Kool-Aid can save your soul. This matrix is a thorny thing indeed. … Continue reading

Crimson Sky

Crimson Sky

Was headed for a late evening swim and the hint of crimson in the sky caught my eye. It’s hard to notice it when eyes are directed downwards. I sound like a broken record, “look up, phone off your body”…only … Continue reading

I Shall Wait for You in the Yonder

I Shall Wait for You in the Yonder

Deeper into the woods further away from collectivism…it feels like home. Plunge into the untold. Enough of this separation of ourselves, enough lumbering across this plane dissociated and troubled. Everything is crumbling anyways, what’s stopping you from the immersion? Start … Continue reading