As a student of history and a trained anthropologist, I feel it’s a given that each one of us is … Continue reading At All Costs, Do Not Look Away
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Hours of thought Jet beads and tiny pyrite nodules. I ask myself and have been Asked, How do I wake … Continue reading How I Wake
I had an experience today that bolstered my faith in humanity. It goes back to a point I made in … Continue reading Bringers of Light: How Little Things Are Big
So. The Election. This isn’t going to be a vitriolic, reactionary outpouring to the results of the General Election a … Continue reading Bubbles and Snowflakes: A Consideration of Liberal Shock and the Persistent Stain of Racism within American Culture.