Tagged With: nourishment

Shock and shift

October 18, 2017

What happens when we don’t take responsibility for healing our own lives, and instead project our buried trauma out onto other people – our children, our families, our friends, our colleagues?  What happens when we use all our energy in criticism and complaint, when we use charity and judgement as a way of maintaining privilege […]

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A reciprocal boat

August 30, 2017

Sometimes the boat NEEDS to sink, little miss willpower.  Sometimes it’s just time to release Her. Boats are practical things that keep you afloat on water, carry what you need for a journey, bring back what you harvest.  They are all female. Boats are dreams, freedoms, passions, yearnings. They are shared, protected, obvious solitudes.  In […]

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Storm-Stayed, 2014

January 7, 2014

The Blizzard’s Promise:  to bring us all closer. We look out of snow-packed windows at white white nothing but white and wind and remember how wonder feels.  What warm is, what nourishment tastes like. It tastes like time.  Like open, endless time. Time tastes a little like fever. Now finally I can… and then I […]

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