A cousin I was close to in childhood passed away this week. I’m sad to have lost touch, but glad […]
Archive for January 2022
This week’s column is on the Zen Buddhist teacher Thich Nhat Hanh who passed away last week. His writings were […]
This week’s column celebrates the creative mind of Black poet Langston Hughes. It includes these lines from “Call to Creation”: […]
This Little Light
This weekend’s column shines a light on the illumination created by people who choose to act in more enlightened ways […]
The backdrop to our lives. . .
Freethought Society Essay on Burroughs Published
Thanks to Margaret Downey, President of the Freethought Society in Pennsylvania, my essay on naturalistic philosopher John Burroughs is included […]
Appalachian New Year
Missing the cold, the snow, the “real winter,” yet we never have to miss the Beauty of Nature.