Monthly Archives: February 2011

4:39am

I know this was the exact time because as MK leaned against me, purring madly and patting my face to wake me up, I reached for the cell phone to check the time. I felt so tired I was sure … Continue reading

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the voice of history

(the following is the text for the sermon from today’s Eucharist service on http://blogtalkradio.com/grace-independent broadcast at 9am EST and available as a podcast on blogtalkradio or on iTunes through the Grace Independent feed) Yesterday, All my plans for today’s homily … Continue reading

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the poor romance

When you think about it, much of our Western mythos revolves around romanticizing the poor and poverty. That is not wholly true; it is an Eastern mythos as well. The lack of possessions, of money, of the responsibility and relationship … Continue reading

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love

I have been thinking about Love lately for a lot of reasons. One of the things about teaching that workshop is that part of it involves teaching about how relationships work and how we work within them. Which, is always … Continue reading

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the people of the tent

I had my first up close and personal encounter with HD TV. I was at a friend’s house this morning and they had recently purchased a flat screen TV and switched to FIOS. I was shocked at the image on … Continue reading

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choice

My little cave is a mess. The final rush of editing always sends me back to re-shoot a sequence. MK loved the room with all the faces hanging in it. She loved the busyness of packing boxes and going up … Continue reading

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The Executioner’s Song (new poetry video)

The Executioner’s Song Death Becomes Her by Caitlyn M. Anderson for Jennifer Loves Jane, Vol 3, Issue 1, March 2011 See ‘The Executioner’s Song’ at Hidden on a side street in one of America’s oldest cities is the modest studio … Continue reading

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the dreams of bees

Among other things, I have spent the past day or so educating myself more about the schools of Buddhism and revisiting my own belief structure (as something to be examined neutrally). The impetus to do this all stems from the … Continue reading

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the Architect

You know, I would be a bit more behind all the protesters in Wisconsin except for one small thing, where was everyone 7-months ago when this bill and plan was announced? More would get accomplished, less time would be wasted, … Continue reading

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the madness of desire

Yesterday’s blog, Hell, appears to have struck a cord with a great many people. I wound up having numerous, and simultaneous, comment discussions about the whys and wherefores of the drive people have to force their relationships into a static … Continue reading

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