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Embracing Mystery and Paradox

June 6, 2013

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The thing that you pursue the most, eludes you… The thing that you fear the most, finds you… The thing that you turn away from, ends up staring you in the face… . The thing that you clench most tighty…ends up as dust in the palm… ashes to the wind… . The thing that you […]

the sacred and the boundless

October 31, 2012

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 Two Words That which is Sacred. That which is Boundless. Religion… What is this thing we have created all over the world? Where did it all come from? Why is it here? What is it’s purpose? What good does it bring? What destruction? Well, you are not going to find the answers to these questions here because […]

the space between

April 21, 2012

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I’m seeking a voice that’ll cross the spaces, a language that will speak with honor and respect to the sacred Space Between us all. We must find a new language of peace that creates, sustains, and reflects a culture of peace rather than the language of violence, inequality, and dominance that reflects the culture in […]

paradox — living the contradictions

May 23, 2011

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For all of my life, I have been on a quest. A quest of sense-making, untangling the mess, insisting there are answers, and demanding that I know them… and that I know them for sure. I worshiped a god of certainty as a clone of my culture. I knew that I could know and depended […]