Monthly Archives: February 2014

Seventy Salads Long

I’m reading “Nature” which is one of Ralph Waldo Emerson’s essays, originally published anonymously. They talked funny back in the 1800s so I don’t understand it all (despite having studied him at length during my undergrad years as an English … Continue reading

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Bypass the Bypass

My youngest son is at that age where he’s recently graduated from the pediatrician and has begun going to the family doctor. Conversations have switched, accordingly, from team sports to “sex, drugs, and rock and roll talks,” as the doctor … Continue reading

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Sole Purpose: Soul’s Agenda

I’ve noticed a lot of talk about soul searching lately. Maybe it’s just the circles I keep, because as I think back to my days in law firms, and it never came up. There, they were all in the accumulation … Continue reading

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What Scares You?

I’m reading Entering the Castle by Carolyn Myss. It’s part of the curriculum for a class I’m taking called “Foundations of Mysticism.” Most of my reading is done on the stairmaster (doesn’t everybody do that?), but Myss’s book is by no … Continue reading

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