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An obstacle is the richest, thickest, densest place in the universe. This is so because it is where things stop and often die, failing to continue on their way. It is where carcasses of hope rot into the ground, inadvertently fertilizing it. It is a place of desperation and longing and roaming ghosts. All of …Continue Reading >>>
October 28, 2016 I’m in London, where I will be giving a public talk on the awkward immanence of the sacred…or the idea that the ‘sacred’ is not exterior to, fundamentally de-linked from, or outside the everyday. Yes, even the banal. Or that intuition is not the adversarial ‘other’ of intellect. One way I think …Continue Reading >>>
When the Dallas-based Energy Transfer Partners, financiers of the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline, argue that the pipeline will bring millions of dollars into local economies and create an estimated 8,000 to 12,000 construction jobs, the members of the Standing Rock Sioux tribe counter by stating that the construction of the pipeline – and resultant oil …Continue Reading >>>
Scratch the ground a bit, and you’ll find a little more sky.
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Falling might very well be flying, without the tyranny of coordinates.