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Evidence

Just about a year before the virus landed, Dianne and I moved to Vashon, one of the islands of Puget Sound.  On many days I work in the woods around our house, clearing away dead wood or fitting chunks of basalt into shapes you might...

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Trauma and Power

These days I’ve been aware of how important it is to distinguish what’s going on around us—whatever the state the world is in—from what’s going on within us—the state we’re in.  In the past, I’ve used the metaphor of the moon and the lake to point...

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What Life Wants

It doesn’t take much looking, these days, to see problems around us for which there are no easy fixes. In fact, the problems we’re confronting are wickedly complex.  Consider the precarious nature of our ecology, the increasing concentration in our economic system, the lack of...

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