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.
Biography of Silo by Trudi Lee Richards Biografía de Silo por Trudi Lee Richards
From that Distant Place When something resonates in my inner depthswhere in those depths is that happening?When you approach and whisper in my earwhere are you coming from? Sometimes on calm autumn eveningswalking among the ochre pathwaysdrawn by
Lost Technologies I remember the Telephone.There was only onein our house,a shiny black plastic contraptionenthroned on a little table in the living room. Everyone was at its beck and callsince it was attachedby a wire to the walland was thereforethe very oppositeof mobile.
Listen to audio….Blessings I know all too wellthat living often seemsto bring nothingbut grief. Neverthelesson this extraordinary dayI give thanks,and thanks, and more thanks because somehowfor no reason at allI have suddenly been filled with Light. Lightfrom who knows whereor how –all I
“We do not die…!” This was what, in astonished recognition, I told myself one day more than twenty years ago, when I stumbled without warning into the Place Where We Do Not Die. I do not know how I got
Today I surrender. At last, my silent friend and inscrutable companion, you have made it abundantly clear that Joy has nothing to do with getting what I want. That Joy is no mere vanilla flavored emotion but the unreasonable Fire
When social and economic models fail, we have to look for different ones. The best models are those that are based on life itself. Humanity is not the digestive system of the social body. It is not only excessive consumption.
Respect needs to be redefined. Until now it has been a hierarchical, objectal and abstract respect. Respect for elders, for institutions, things, laws, etc. Largely a forced respect. It is necessary a respect for people, for human beings, for everything