Monthly Archives: January 2012

To Think or Not To Think

T.S. Eliot wrote, “Wait without thought, for you are not ready for thought.” Waiting patiently and in a meditative state for our innermost voice to tell us what we want to know – easy?  Nope.  Vital?  I think so. So … Continue reading

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“When I write…..”

This morning, my neighbor and friend Cynthia and I walked.  We take a good, rapid hike through north Golden at least once a week and since we’re both early risers, we are out as the morning begins to turn to … Continue reading

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Insights to Offer to Me

We’re a little over two weeks into this New Year and you know my philosophy is that everyone I meet will have something to offer me.  Now’s a good time to check in and see how that’s working for me … Continue reading

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Thousands Want to Know

The national news last night reported that John Edwards of NC will not be going to court right away as he has a “real and serious” cardiac condition.  This prompted thousands of women in American to cry out, “John Edwards … Continue reading

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New Influences

I heard Jonathan Franzen say that people often ask him “Who are your influences?”  His reply is that, if you’ve been writing for awhile, your influences should be yourself.  I guess I haven’t been writing long enough because I find … Continue reading

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