Category Archives: Intuition

Going On

Why are all the real things, the important things, so easily mislaid underneath the things that hardly matter at all? — Jeanette Winterson, from “Christmas Days: 12 Stories and 12 Feasts for 12 Days” Over the last year I have … Continue reading

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Wanting More

Exquisite joy has come my way from two directions in the last 24 hours, and both of these treasures came from the printed word–from magazines to be exact. As long as I can remember, reading has been my salvation; beauty … Continue reading

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Your time is limited . . .

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The Music of Life

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Up to Good

When I was growing up, Mama used to say so-and-so was up to no good. Illustrating that description from my childhood was an infamous family whose last name has been lost in the haze of my faulty memory. They were … Continue reading

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Don’t play what…

Don’t play what is there. Play what’s not there. Miles Davis

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