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being right, making wrong

August 31, 2007


How often each day do we need to be right? It gives us a sense of identity . . . confidence . . . superiority. In order to be right, someone has to be made wrong. Who me? I don’t stoop to such things . . . My opinions are never “right”, better than others. […]

Entry for August 20, 2007 — my pile of rocks

August 20, 2007


src=\”\” I\’ve been blogging for about a year and a half. It has become a way for me to find my voice and to give voice to my questions; a journey from dogmatism and certainty to inquiry, dialogue, and mystery, from living with clenched fists to living with open hands. For me, it is mapping […]