Stewards of Earth & Home Winter ed. 2019

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Nature and Madness, by Paul Sheppard. 1982 University of Georgia Press, Athens, Georgia, 1982 Excerpt from the back cover: “Paul Sheppard (1925-1996) is widely regarded as an elder of the environmental movement, whose radical and visionary ideas shaped much of our current thinking about human nature.” I began my reading experience of Nature and Madness …

The Call to Create Winter Edition, 2019

“Oh Say Why Can’t You See” by Akilah t’Zuberi for the “Divided Nation” exhibition at the Mount Airy Art Garage, Philadelphia, PA. September 22, 2018-October 19, 2018
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I subscribe to the online ArtBlog. As a practicing artist, I found the article on how dreams can help with art practice very informative. And because I try but fail miserably on staying on top of what’s going on in the outsider and insider art world, I was pleased to read the article on 5 …

Logic

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Winter Ed. 2019    The Call, Rap and RealTalk about the belief in working and earning a living  I received a comment on an article that appeared on my blog when it was “Transforming the American Workplace.” The reader criticized the article for its lack of logic and coherence. The comments noted that I failed to …

Fall 2018 edition – Ascension, Resurrections, Shifts and Transformations Unedited & Uncut Musings

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I normally reserve my travel experiences for outside of the country, but for the past 2 years, I’ve changed up a bit. A shift in experience always follows a shift in perception. I believe that my beliefs about the political and cultural environment of the U.S., has clouded and prevented my intimate knowing of the …

Fall 2018, Stewards – of Earth & Home

Putney, Vermont. June, 2018.
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I was talking with my daughter about ADD. She said that studies reveal that a 30 minute walk in the morning through the forest or the woods contributes mightily to a sense of calm and well-being throughout the day for children with this difference. Imagine that! This revelation points to the ideas discussed in Paul …