Month: May 2018

Living Arts Weekly: Growing

May 27, 2018 Love does not dominate. It cultivates.  – Johann Wolfgang von Goethe Some of you know that I run a small farm education program in Wisconsin. I’ve been thinking a lot about growing lately! The baby chicks that hatched at the beginning of May are already gawky, awkward teenagers.  The tomato seedlings on my …

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Living Arts Weekly: Meeting

May 20, 2018 All real living is meeting.  -Martin Buber Quantum entanglement describes how particles in the universe are connected in indescribable ways. Pairs or groups of particles interact in ways in which the quantum state of each particle cannot be described independently, even when they are separated by large distances. Albert Einstein called it …

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Living Arts Weekly: Mothering

May 13, 2018 This is the mother-love, which is one of the most moving and unforgettable memories of our lives.     -C.G. Jung As I was doodling the other day, the above image appeared on the page. It seems like a good image for Mother’s Day, because it represents (to me) the mother archetype. She …

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Living Arts Weekly: Seeking

May 6, 2018 By seeking and blundering we learn. — Johann Wolfgang von Goethe Head down, eyes keen, I walk in silence searching for morels. The trickster mushrooms resemble every leaf on the forest floor, hidden from view of those who don’t have their “morel eyes” on. Some people are gifted at finding morels. They …

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