We say it’s “Fall,” when leaves are dying. leaving the trees and descending to the dirt. I remember the Zen […]
New Secular Religion
Alright, maybe not so new … and just maybe the oldest religion in the human story. “Can a Secular Person […]
Lady of the Harbor
I never tire of this powerful song. What a message for our time!
Matilda Joslyn Gage (1826-1898) fought alongside Stanton, Anthony and many others for women’s rights, the vote and full equality. In […]
Above the Tempest
Can we get beyond or above the “clash of opinions” in politics (or religion)? In 1821, a young woman from […]
Less than an hour from our house. . .another river. . .another trail. . .another forest. . .another life.
George Washington was the first President (and, yes, a slaveholder), and maybe among the first of the American Founders to […]
One of the most delightful shows on the tube these days is “Young Sheldon.” Brilliant little guy (“mighty little man,” […]
Wright is Wrong!
Or is she? I’m talking about Frances Wright, 19th Century Scottish-American social reformer who flung her freethinking in the face […]