Ice Stories

Twenty years ago this last week, January 4 through January 10, 1998, the city of Montreal was hit by a massive ice storm, a true tempest, and all stopped for several days. .... In an unexpected ice-storm for self-actualizing mind-travels with atmospheric tree-lined phenomena / I found dream-flame unraveling, the day’s polar brushstroke, the suspense of a night planet, the stainless polar dark of new sea ....


The Festival of Lights

I’m smack in the middle of a wonderful holiday, and I love it. After all, it’s Chanukah, the festival of light. How can one not fall in love with a holiday that contains every imaginable strategy to lighter daily living? Happily, my holiday is right in sync with a season of light, joy, miracles, and thankfulness for many worldwide. How do we let the light in?


The Swim

I still marvel at an encounter of swimming with this beautiful greenback turtle somewhere in The Turks and Caicos Islands. It was unexpected as I snorkeled and it was just me and her alone but in this great big togetherness of sea.

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