Tag Archives: Chicago

The Emotional Dissonance of Paradox Regained

I just returned from a visit to Chicago, which was my home for 25 years, the longest span I have lived in one place. I moved out of Chicago a year ago, so going back there to visit friends resulted … Continue reading

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Shifting the Very Nature of Relationship

The post that started with the Arjuna Ardagh quote could have gone off in another direction.  What Ardagh and Watts both propose is essentially a radical shift in the nature of relationship. They are proposing that there is no “other.” … Continue reading

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A HUNDRED GULLS — a poem

Well definitely not quite so many Yes, not quite on the jetty in the big lake today As I watched curlicues of waves wash over cleaning sandy shore

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