Monthly Archives: July 2014

The Dalai Lama is Jim Brown

On the porch with coffee early this late July morning the valley is still; even the blue jay who comes to instigate an argument in the cedars gives up for lack of opposition and leaves me in silence. The past … Continue reading

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Desiderata

Some things said well have the misfortune to become overexposed and then considered as cliches because of it. A connotation is assigned to them which conveys contempt. Desiderata does not deserve that. The link to GoodReads.com says it well: “…what it … Continue reading

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The Wrong Words for Things

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For Better and for Worth

This morning on the porch with coffee I was pleased knowing that any time I have made my wife laugh is worth more to me than all my writing. So I went and told her this, and it pleased her, and … Continue reading

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