Soft Brushes with Death relates the inspiring true stories of Jorge Espinet, a young man imprisoned during the military dictatorship in ’70s Argentina after accidentally discovering the teachings of Andean spiritual guide Silo. Tells of his close escapes from torture
Poem by Trudi Lee Richards – read by the author.
“We’re here for each other, me for you and you for me, ’cause that’s the way life is supposed to be!“ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FANAUECvDrE
Michael Cameron Show Notes – Episode 4: How to Keep Smiling in Times Like These… an interview with Michael Cameron of the Eastlake Hall of Silo’s Message in Oakland, California What if you’re just starting out in life and everything
Show Notes – Episode #3: A Talk between Aspiring Immortals What happens when two quite mortal humans launch themselves out into the void to talk about Life and her Special Child, our good friend Death? To find out, tune into
Show Notes – Episode #2: On Pretending – plus a bit more on Rebelling Against Death… Pretending… any serious actor will agree that it’s a fine art. Yet hardly anyone but little children takes it seriously. For most of us, our
with Trudi Lee Richards Show Notes – Episode #1: A Back Door to Transcendence How I got myself into this… I’ve always been a ham, always loved to read my poems and stories aloud to as many spellbound
Artwork by Arabella Luna Friedland Poetry by Trudi Lee Richards Translation by Fernando Aranguiz Reprinted with permission from Global Poemic It struck one day out of the blue, cropping up all at once in random spots all across the
Photo by Zadvinskiy courtesy of CanStockPhoto.com “If you believe your life will end with death, nothing you think, feel, or do has any meaning. Everything will end with incoherence and disintegration. If you believe your life does not end with death,
A new autobiographical novel by S.S. Brooke, pioneering poet-cartographer specializing in inter-subjective internal landscape exploration and design. View or download the pdf.