Considering words and their “opposites” – an open letter to a “friend”

Wishing to fulfill my wish to be in some way useful to the (dare I say  ‘our’) council I wish to offer the following idea about “opposite” words –ideas/concepts and facts as named symbolically. So this is my ~scouting report. I know it’s a “little different”.  At this point it’s my belief there are no…… Continue reading Considering words and their “opposites” – an open letter to a “friend”

Edited version of “the Accident”

‘Just found out this morning, my ex- got into a terrible bike traffic accident- after flying 20 feet – “like Superman”, crash landed. He broke both kneecaps, got a big gash on his shin, and dislocated his dominant hand ring finger.[1] I burst into tears To tell you truth, I continue to cry throughout the…… Continue reading Edited version of “the Accident”

A response to the prompt, “What is school for?”

What is education and why do we need it? As a hu(e)-man woman coming from a white Anglo-Saxon background, I grew up in a “privileged” town, or so I thought. Our public high school, had some good teachers but no advance A.P. classes; there was no homework assigned on computer. We did have Latin, Greek,…… Continue reading A response to the prompt, “What is school for?”

Thoughts on being a “healer”

If it is a “healer’s” job to guide the willing back to one’s own path of light, to remember and regain one’s true essence (bit by bit, with ease and joy – rather than being thrown in the alchemical cauldron and distilled back to nescience  (‘not knowing’)), then may medicine, especially as practiced in the…… Continue reading Thoughts on being a “healer”

Every picture tells a story

Consider, While every picture tells a story of a thousand words, Every part of your picture Has one of its own. So when you’re looking a picture As e-vidence of proximity in any given situation, How they got there on the page, might be quite interesting. At least if you like listening to people and…… Continue reading Every picture tells a story


vantage through the cactus

When did you forget to look up? Can you remember the last time you got to be fool, and yet, there was someone there looking out or after you? When was the last time someone snapped, ‘look out where you’re going’, with your gaze lowered down? * Over time, our chins dip and shoulders curve…… Continue reading Stoop-ed


***** With consumption,. We open mouths to receive tastes and textures as we ingest food from plant and animal kingdom[1]- fuel for our mitochondria energy bodies of moving electrons- our flame of self. * Strong fires need fuel, oxygen, and spark-if they go out. **** In the wild, food continues to be eaten – browsed…… Continue reading Consumption


Air Air is mysterious because we cannot see or touch it – yet it is there. Birds can fly. Clouds sit in the sky. Stars and planets drift above us at night. * Air always changes, at least if you look up, you may see, the clouds are never the same. Each time the sky…… Continue reading Air

What is being deserving and entitled?

To be deserving and entitled are two words used quite a lot not always in a healthy or productive way. Let’s start with “entitle”. This is spoken “n-title”, as spelled[1] to our hive mind senses, as nun- from infinite oneness–title : Tau-Yod-Tau (ת׳ת).  One’s personal Kabbalah (ת) inspired (׳) and in alignment with our earthed…… Continue reading What is being deserving and entitled?

A food allergy story

I’ve had skin sensitivities since I was a kid – none so stressful I went to any doctor except, when I had poison ivy – all over my face and body – that swelled my lids shut. ‘They’ said I probably got in some smoke or something despite trying to avoid it while out in…… Continue reading A food allergy story

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