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|Woman’s Shrine Tehran|
Here are the facts:
Iranians are Zoroastrians, Muslim, Jewish, Catholic, Armenian. They are Arabs, Azeris, Kurds, Persians, Bakhtaris, and Turkmans: cultures crossing and criss crossing.
The largest age bracket in Iran is 25-29.
Residing on Kauai on the southern side of this circular island with its trade winds cooling its tropical temps. Tek is delivering coconut water to me in gallon jugs. These are days of soft tranquil beauty. I am seeking skill … read more
Summer solstice. Feeling the length of day. Feeling the length of lives that have recently passed. Dear Ones who blessed me while they lived and whose weight gives me solace in their deaths.… read more
The days are stretching long as we reach for the summer solstice and its expansive length of light only weeks away. Then the sun will be at its zenith only to slowly retreat all summer that is coming. It is … read more
Counting. Counting the days of the week, counting the hours of sleep, the hours until sleep, counting the hours I worked, counted the time of my practice (and how it counted to me). Counting who counts. My teachers count in … read more
Saw RED. Eddie Redmayne is thrilling: a brilliant performance full of Brando-like physicality. The play is hardly a ‘drama’, more a kind of abstract exegesis on art.
Tricia Brown dancers at Baryshnikov Art Center were sublime while challenging. Her work … read more
Secret things belong to God but what is revealed belongs to us (it is our responsibility) and belongs to our children (and is their responsibility) forever; that we may apply all the provisions of this teaching:
Revelation does not deal … read more
We’ve crossed through the Sea of Reeds. I want to be a thinking reed. A reed produces sound. The combination of our breath and one reed in a single wind instrument makes music. Enough reeds and we can comb our … read more