The Long View

Looking at things at the wrong end of the scope…no one who sees from the other end ever regrets it for a second even after name calling usually followed by a long harangue. I’ll take pareidolia for I can’t imagine … Continue reading

Father Within

Divinely and infinitely flowing,our good will come to us, knowing.Endowed with power to unfold,our truest nature,the image and the likenesscomplete, in the God-mind and vision.Joy, love, abundance and peacecomes forth with us,expressing soin all that we are.

Lay Waste

Lay Waste

“Getting and spending, we lay waste our powers – but like lemmings running headlong to the sea, we are oblivious.” – William Wordsworth. Wordsworth chronicles his spiritual life, his views on his craft and place in the world in his … Continue reading

A Silent Serenade

A Silent Serenade

In a prized journal, creative spirit sketched in squiggling curves and crafted words.On this eve, crimson tinted eggs ready for Sunday’s cracking.Upon a thawing terra, bare feet sensing the metaphysics of electromagnetic creation.In our hearts, a longing for the unplotting … Continue reading

On the Couch

On the Couch

I wrote about this my first year in college. I have the original on a floppy disk, remember those? However, no device to plug it into to retrieve my writings from back in the day. Whatever I wrote, had my … Continue reading

A Not So Deeping Sky

A Not So Deeping Sky

I wouldn’t consider this a path to enlightenment, but it’s a path nonetheless. All we can do is close our eyes and listen as darkness descends and reminisce about singing all night for no other reason but love. We cannot … Continue reading

The Soul’s High Adventure

The Soul’s High Adventure

Friendship and devotion conquer all in this charming camp as children of all shapes, shades and ages converge with one goal in mind: as much fun as possible under the prime sunlit summer skies. Other objectives: strive to spend time … Continue reading