Contemplating usefulness and bafflementRead More
Talking with Tenzin Palmo about dying and living.Read More
Answers to our greater questions are often snapshots of a moving reality, of process and becoming.
Perfect and true in the moment of capture but less of a match as we experience and interact and come into deeper knowledge
We benefit from giving ourselves and each other much more room for being in process and for being unresolved.
We benefit from granting pain it’s place in our continuums.
Working in the world of hospice and in creative forms of death work and advocacy,
I have seen this process of resistance, insight and change in countless forms.
My life in the past few weeks has prompted some pointed contemplation on the nature of change and loss and death.Read More
To presume our present moment of perception or comprehension is complete is our blameless naivete that begs us often and quietly to soften, open, let go.Read More
Training with Zenith Virago and exploring what she teaches through her example.Read More
There are so many angles to any reflection on death, either the pragmatics or the existential questions.Read More
Some musings on starting GGGB.Read More
Simple and endless questions that formed the core of Tina FiveAsh's PH.D research project.Read More
Carl Sagan once said we are, "made of star stuff." We are much more than we think.Read More