Daily Joys and Simple Pleasures

Daily Joys and Simple Pleasures

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You say MISTAKE as if it’s a Bad Thing…

Most of the key lessons of my life have risen from what appeared, at the time, to be a dreadful mistake. Or, more accurately said, what appeared, in the immediate looking back, to be a mistake.  Or A “Failure.”  My […]

What’s LOVE Got to Do With It?

It’s timelessly been said that if you love the labor of your hands – you’ll never “work” a day in your life.  I believe that work and the concept of work has been maligned.  Work and play are natural partners.  […]

Do You Have A Career or a List of Aspirations?

Neil Gaiman addressed the graduating class of the University of the Arts, in Philadelphia on May 17, 2012.  His words are exceptionally relevant to me in my life and career (after 35 artful years).  Perhaps they are even more relevant […]

Paying Good Words Forward

Neil Gaiman, a man known to me through his novel, AMERICAN GODS.  I’ve not followed his work.  Until recently.  Michelle Fairchild, a “cosmic cowgirl,” forwarded a commencement address that Gaiman delivered to The University of the Arts, in Philadelphia, on […]

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Listen To Music In Between Times
There are times that are neither THERE, yet, Or HERE,  quite.  They are the in between things that feel a little unsettling. Without prayer, there are hymns. Minus promise, there is melody. Without enthusiasm, the march moves feet forward. In loss, tunes gentle the tears. No teachers, yet mu

posted 2:46:56pm Apr. 12, 2014 | read full post »

What is Mary Anne Radmacher doing these days?

posted 6:22:44pm Apr. 09, 2014 | read full post »

What To Do on the Second Day of the New Year?

posted 9:31:15am Jan. 02, 2014 | read full post »

2014

posted 1:52:23pm Dec. 31, 2013 | read full post »

Still I Pray...

posted 3:44:01pm Dec. 29, 2013 | read full post »


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