Sunday Service

Hark! Such shadowy and throbbing energy from overvalued drones and their angry chants on replay. What’s more concerning is that people are no longer searching for the truth, instead looking for instant gratification for that easy fix that doesn’t amount … Continue reading

The Uses of Sorrow

The Uses of Sorrow

(In my sleep I dreamed this poem) Someone I loved once gave me a box full of darkness. It took me years to understand that this, too was a gift.  – Mary Oliver from Thirst (Beacon Press, 2006)

Feels Like Folly

Feels Like Folly

And ye shall know the truth and the truth shall make you free. – John 8:32 Falling from the heavens, droplets met by my flesh. I don’t know what’s sweeter butterflies fluttering about in a symphony against a folly red … Continue reading

Home of the Brave

Home of the Brave

It can feel isolating when so many are eager to condemn instead of to converse. It’s no wonder we feel drawn to this hill and the surrounding trees cheering us on as we cruise downhill. Looking from below they tower … Continue reading

Everyday Is Training Day

Everyday Is Training Day

Light is shifting, birds are chirping and girlfriend here is training. Practicing movement and breath with intention and dedication. The shift, ever so hazily has begun…it’s up to us to keep it free and easy. Energy flows where intention goes, … Continue reading

Coming Together

Coming Together

Here’s a little seasonal reminder to tilt your head up to the evening sky tonight. Not only has the solstice after six months in the making from the last one, arrived, but trailing the winter sun is the Grand Conjunction … Continue reading