FOR MANY MOONS
This is a journal of observation, immersion, and occasional insight. To read chronologically, click the “start at the beginning” button above.
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October 25, 2020. “Follow your dreams and find your bliss,” the self-help gurus say. Ah, but there is often a backside in this path towards dreams and bliss. Not a dark side, or a bad side. Just a backside. I’m bumping into it as we chop, drag, burn and scrape to create a big open … Continue reading The Backside of Bliss
October 20, 2020. A pink dawn brings thoughts, again, of the in-between’s. The halfway. The middle. Pink is a middle color, halfway between red and white. Twilight is a middle time, halfway between daylight and darkness. (It occurs in both morning and evening.) Morning twilight is referred to as dawn — that first light before … Continue reading Twilight Pinks at Dawn
October 10, 2020. Such beauty. And, trepidation! Autumn is a time of paradox in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, as the parade of colors announces the approach of winter. Many people call autumn their favorite season here. Former residents yearn for it. Tourists flock to it. Hikers (including me) are giddy in it. But autumn means that … Continue reading Autumn’s Paradox
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