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ashen-venema's picture
Jan.27.2014
Imagine everyone was normal, or, by definition, alert, outward orientated and falcon-eyed. Present governments and corporations would be challenged.  See my blogpost: http://courseofmirrors.wordpress.com/2014/01/21/accessing-altered-states/ 
ashen-venema's picture
Oct.16.2012
Change is the only reliable constant. I sometimes wished I could pledge my life to a convincing reality. For me, what is derived from facts or beliefs in our culture often lacks a vital ingredient – the acceptance of the continuous process of harmony unfolding from cycles of necessary chaos...
bob-mustin's picture
Sep.13.2011
Anna Karenina – Section Five, by Leo Tolstoy I mentioned Tolstoy’s contrasting his characters in the last post, and I want to treat that in more detail. But first, a bit about the storyline in this section: The section opens anticipating Kitty and Lévin’s wedding. He’s antsy, of course, with pre-...
stacy-ann-nyikos's picture
Aug.05.2009
If you are thinking about ending your summer reading with a deep, diverse, moving but in tune with the up-and-coming young adult generation book, look north. Canada north. Ontario, to be exact, where Tim Wynn-Jones’ piece, The Uninvited, takes place (and where the author himself lives). A little...