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I’ve been reading a bit of John O’Donohue lately, the Irish Poet and Writer (1956 – 2008). Reading with delight. With instinctive pause after seeing his words, knowing that I want them not just in my mind, but in my belly.
It snowed a fair bit the last week in Utah. Some of it made driving a challenge, altering a few plans. Some of it added to the comfort of home, decorating and draping trees. Skies for much of it were winter gray-white, the kind that prevent the full dark of night from arriving. And some of those skies gave way… Continue reading
I talked to a man this weekend that I’d never met before. He seemed of similar age to me. A bit grayed. A bit squinted in his eyes. A bit of similar hair loss pattern. We were to have about 30 minutes together.
In what could have been very superficial talk — the weather, very surface layers about family, trite… Continue reading
Yesterday I spoke with two people that are associated with the local arts community here in Utah. They had reached out to me, exploring a bit of colleagueship. And what is always underneath that, a bit of friendship. We found both in a few shared stories and a few wonderings through some questions that centered in passion and love for… Continue reading