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I was given a book of poems about ten years ago, written by James Kavanaugh. The book is called, “There are Men Too Gentle to Live Among Wolves.” It includes poems that immediately spoke to me then and continue to speak to me now. “My Easy God is Gone” brings out a unique appreciation for me of… Continue reading
Yesterday Chris Corrigan and I, and previously with Teresa Posakony, were working through a proposal for what to do with the net income remaining from a project. This builds on another conversation on finances here, held several months ago with other colleagues.
The question that Chris, Teresa, and I were asking was something like: “What is the most inspired… Continue reading
Two days ago I spoke on the phone with a good friend and colleague, Caitlin Frost. Caitlin is among many things, a deep practitioner of “The Work,” as described in Byron Katie‘s books. I have learned that when I talk with Caitlin I want to have a pen and paper close by. Insights pour through. Some from what… Continue reading
OK, I’m not sure why, but this feels like a bit of a confession. Perhaps more accurately, an admission to myself. I offer it in hope of inviting a reframing of documenting and harvesting. So that I can settle down a bit in my own practice. And as a question about harvesting that can help all of us who do… Continue reading