Monthly Archives: March 2014

THINGS TO COME

“The irreligious mind is simply the unreal mind, the zombie, abstracted mind, that does not see the things that grow in the earth and feel glad about them, but only knows prices and figures and statistics” Thomas Merton, When The Tree Say Nothing … Continue reading

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MORE SHADOWS

From Eyes Of The Heart by Christine V Painter: “The art of photography reminds us that light and shadow are both essential for each other to create something beautiful and meaningful. They both need to be welcome in, in equal … Continue reading

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SPRING SHADOWS

Spring snow, sun and shade Shadows show there’s more to see Look down for beauty! From Thomas Merton’s When The Trees Say Nothing: “The morning got more and more brilliant  and I could feel the brilliancy of it getting into my own … Continue reading

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PASSING PIGEONS: A Book Review

If you once heard of a species of bird that became extinct before the turn of the 20th century but never paid attention before, read Joel Greenberg’s new book, A Feathered River Across The Sky: the Passenger Pigeon’s Flight To … Continue reading

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