One Louder

Back from farm time in Europe, and holy shit.  Transitions are always a bit messy, especially the more extreme the life experience.  But I am home, and I am feeling very OK, and… Continue reading

All is Love

I came here because I love them. We all play a different role, and neither one has more weight than the other, as we are companions. It’s an expansion upon what I once… Continue reading

with bees, butterflies, dragonflies, and flies,

This is the Being Beings story, at least the part where I come in. Episode one. “Yea we all shine on, like the moon, and the stars, and the sun.” -John Lennon, “Instant… Continue reading

The Lotus and the Bee

June 4th, 2013 I’m not sure what today will bring, so far it’s absolutely beautiful outside, that I know, at least.  The sun is shining over this little pocket of the Netherlands, and… Continue reading

The Gardener

Do you believe in a heaven? I do. Except I think we are already in it, that is, this Earth, this Garden, where the ground gives us food and the sky gives us… Continue reading

Barabajagal

I think this change in scenery calls for my quarterly pronouncement of all the things I am thankful for; I made this on the train ride from the airport to Lengfeld, Germany, where… Continue reading

Three Little Birds

The Evolution of an Idea It started as a cheap flight to Stockholm for Spring Break, and then I thought I would travel around with friends from home for months, and then I… Continue reading

Solar Plexus

Across the Atlantic, day six. Current location: Ihrlerstein, Germany, and so it has begun. During our stay at our hostel in Sweden there arrived a couple from Spain and Chile, without a word… Continue reading

Dazed and Confused

I guess you could say I want to be a pure human being, first and foremost. That is my goal. I don’t want to learn how to make money, that is something I… Continue reading

The Seven Day Countdown

Thoreau’s Words, Abridged and Slightly Adjusted “I wish to speak a word for Nature, for absolute freedom and wildness, as contrasted with a freedom and culture merely civil–to regard man as an inhabitant,… Continue reading