Tag Archives: teaching

Snake fear and love

Dear Holy, Yesterday I walked up your road noticing your sweet fall wild aster, brown dying ferns, gravel stones beneath these feet. You showed yourself as a snake lying in the dirt. Perhaps hit by a fast-moving truck. Your head … Continue reading

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Fake it until you become it, eh?

Lately I’ve been enjoying rising in the dark, listening to the whistling teakettle and the humming wood stove, and writing stories.  Did you know the Native Americans reserved many stories to share only in wintertime, when wind whipped outside wigwams … Continue reading

Posted in November 2013 | Tagged , , , , , , , | 51 Comments

“Everyone please take their seats. Class is starting now.”

Class!  Class!  Put away your books for a few minutes.  Today we are going to discuss “The Art of Communication.”  Yes, Yes,  Joey, I know we discussed it last week.  However, this week we will talk about it from a … Continue reading

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Today it’s all Karma!

Dear Friends:  It’s time to meet another regular reader/commenter on this blog.  Today you’ll meet Karma.  Or Karen.  We’ve even talked on the phone a few minutes ago–trying to figure out the logistics of posting some of her beautiful photos.  Visit … Continue reading

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