- Ashland, Oregon, USA
- July 21
- I am my word.
MY RECENT POSTS
- In Honor of Indigenous
People’s Day - an
embellished re post
October 08, 2012 07:34PM
- CHANGE is a verb.
February 12, 2011 01:50PM
- We need connection to our
January 17, 2011 07:29PM
- In Honor of Indigenous
People’s Day -an
embellished re post
October 10, 2010 02:31PM
- The Buddha Hole
September 17, 2010 07:29PM
MY RECENT COMMENTS
o fers... It's been two and a
April 24, 2013 01:22AM
- “Shows you the power of
FB. Rated, of course. Helluva
Gary. Nice l'l
December 22, 2012 11:33PM
- “Shine on you craZ
diamond. We're the ones
October 21, 2012 12:40PM
- “I might add this: When
is the last time the United
America had a
October 09, 2012 04:33PM
- “The real issue here is
why anyone is invested in
politics when all the
October 09, 2012 04:26PM
- MY LINKS
Sailing in the service of Queen Isabella of Spain, Columbus actually landed in the Dominican Republic, a tiny island in the Caribbean; but thinking he had discovered the rich and fertile shores of India, Columbus christened the natives as ‘Indians’. It/
Because that’s what’s happening.
We can’t stop it; we won’t stop it; and I don’t want to. I am inspired by what the Egyptian people accomplished. On the surface, they've won a great victory; and we must hope they have not merely traded in one… Read full post »
Every time we smile, we carry the light from Home. We are
being re-wired, so our physical body can hold more light while we
walk around on this planet. Earth is evolving and we are all
walking through it.
Many had to push our way into this life, having parents who… Read full post »
Sailing in the service of Queen Isabella of Spain, Columbus actually landed in the Dominican Republic, a tiny island in the Caribbean; but thinking he had discovered the rich and fertile shores of India, Columbus christened the natives as ‘Indians’. It was a forgivable oversight; an… Read full post »
We are the point.
The sun will never shed this light again.
We are the life.
We are the World.
There is music in the air.
apples hangin' thick on the tree
Those aren't chemtrails
They're alto cirrus clouds.
Nothin' to worry about… Read full post »
WE are the light of the world.
WE are the manifest love of the divine.
WE are whom we seek, and dream for.
WE are peace on Earth.
WE are good will towards all creatures; and the Earth Herself.
Love yer love.
Love yer light.
Live your LOVE.
WE are the solution.
Namasté… Read full post »
How was it invented? Why was it created? Where did it first arise? Why would a free people give up some of their independence for the presumed benefit of a government?
&nbs… Read full post »
Once Upon a Time, Walter Cronkite signed off his nightly broadcast with those words. After the local news and sports, Cronkite came on the tube and recited the evening news for half an hour, and we believed every word he said. After the news, we might have tuned in to ‘The… Read full post »
I see it
with my Eyes closed
No matter who
or how old or bent,
we can always see the child within
who yearns for all
that might have been
Promises… Read full post »
I am me / and you are me / and I am you / and we are we /and we are all together.
These days, in ever less and less subtle ways, the independent man has become an enemy of the state. It is… Read full post »
after he sent me more spam, telling me almost tearfully how he struggled so with the vote to pass the health care legislation, calling himself 'the last man standing.' The American flag waves in the background of the banner, proclaiming him 'America's most courageous congressman,' and he may b… Read full post »
when fire was our only light
plus a gross
and add eleven
with an indeterminate time;
devoted like a monk, alone
passed like aeons
the forbidding ache
of wanting you.
Little do we comprehend, let alone acknowledge that we are surrounded by angels... Every person is an incarnation of the divine breath of God. When you see someone else, you are seeing yourself in another incarnation. So be happy, be kind; and be loving. Read full post »
I say to you today, my friends, that in spite of the difficulties and frustrations of the moment,
I still have a dream.
It is a dream deeply rooted in the American dream.
We Cry Out… Read full post »
Haven't seen you in awhile to talk actually with you. I hope the holidays are good to you. I'm still living with my co-dysfunctional friends at the farm, and the only one of us spending time with family this year is André. He's taking care of his Dad, who's… Read full post »
Let's celebrate this season for what it truly represents, and forgo the knee jerk shopping and traffic jams and the mad rush and flu bugs and toxic breakdowns and stock market crashes.
Let's all get together now in joyous community; and eat yummy Tday leftovers, play without having to win,… Read full post »
...that is warm and loving and sweetly uplifting; because I need that so very much. I'm so tired of the healthcare debate and the financial conundrum and the miserable, emotionally sodden trainwreck of gloom 'n doom. On so many levels I attract such positive energy and so many fine, mega talented… Read full post »
I recently requested that my bank take Verizon Wireless off an auto debit plan. I’m not too happy with Verizon, because my cell phone died again. I paid $200 for this phone and I already had to replace it once, for the same reason. It wouldn’t charge. The replaceme… Read full post »
Today I walked into Chase Bank in Boulder, Colorado and stood in line, intending to cash a check. It was written by one of their own patrons who has a business account with Chase Bank; but when I got to the teller I was told I could not cash the check… Read full post »
There is an aisle in the middle of Congress…
We recently lost Teddy Kennedy, one of the liberal lefts' most powerful and consistent champions, and amongst the many warmly evocative eulogies, someone (I think it was Zuma) posted the text of Teddy’s famous speech given at the 1980… Read full post »
The health care debate rages on, and the conservative right never ceases to amaze me with their idiotic and bigoted statements about a social issue that was solved decades ago by poorer, ‘less advanced,’ less developed, supposedly less progressive countries who enjoy national universal he… Read full post »
...with special bonus track by Hot Rize.
It didn't end with Red Knuckles and the Trailblazers.
They were the second to last act at the Rocky Grass festival in Lyons, Colorado this past weekend. They were also the final act. That is… Read full post »
Here's an interesting little diversion from the status quo. List fifteen books you've read that had an impact on you and will always stick with you. List the first fifteen you can recall in no more than 15 minutes. In my case, the titles came pouring out, and more and more… Read full post »