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οἶκος is the Greek word from which we get the words “ecology” and “economy.” In the New Testament, the word usually translated as “house” is οἶκος. The oikos is our house and habitation. More…

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It’s too late…

It’s too late. It’s too late to sayyou’re sorry.It’s too lateto make it up.It’s too late to askfor forgiveness.It’s too late to cry –The night rushes on,and it’s too lateto look back. It’s too late to wonderif it could have been different,a little more fun,or, at least,a little less painful.It’s too late.It’s too late.It’s too […]

Singing Bowls #4

This is six minutes of singing bowl meditation music although it may be a bit rowdy for some. It was recorded by playing four bowls into one channel and then playing against the first channel’s music on the second channel. I hope you enjoy it.

Singing Bowls #2

This is me playing the singing bowls. It is meditation music that lasts 17 minutes. It was recorded on my vintage Tascam 424 MkIII 4-track tape deck on real honest-to-gawd cassette tape. It is still my favorite way to record. The sound is so rich. The singing bowls are a new thing to me, but […]

Early Spring Flowers

I realized that this was my first spring photo walk of the decade. I got a kick-ass new lens, a Nikon 18-200mm and I was itching to try it out. I also got my first COVID-19 shot so I’m feeling better being out and around other people. I do want to say that anyone refusing […]

Shadow Work?

I dislike hearing people pontificating about “shadow work” on social media when it is perfectly clear that they have no idea of what they’re talking about, have never cracked a book, have no real world experience, and dispense fraudulent advice about how heal or train your shadow.

The Folklore of the Spring Equinox

Spring Equinox folklore tells of the egg, 🍃🥚🍃seen as a fertility symbol and a sign of rebirth, and the March hare, or traditionally known as the … The Folklore of the Spring Equinox


Retribution is one of my spirit animals. I have three spirit animals: a big black cat, a blue bottle fly who appears to be immortal, and a mourning dove. This is about the dove.

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