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In this season on the edge between winter and spring, the seeds are stirring deep under the earth, the first shoots beginning to rise upwards. Even the mightiest tree begins this way, as a powerful impulse of life-force that has … Continue reading →
On Samish Island in Washington I received a drawing of a road through the mountains, given to me by a 7 year old young man, who seemed to know something. Two weeks later as I started east from the Oregon … Continue reading →
by Alan McAllister, CCHt PhD-phys When you travel, how do you come to decisions about where to go, the route you will take, or things to do along the way? Do you have a goal that you are moving towards, … Continue reading →
Standing last night on a hillside above Boulder: as the stars came out in the clear autumn sky, smelling the pine trees and noticing the snow from last week’s fall, I can remember summer, but am feeling also the approach … Continue reading →
Growing up on the east coast, mid-atlantic, there were lots of trees. Big trees: oaks, beeches, maples, and many others. Old trees: some that had lived for hundreds of years. I loved the trees then, but they were everywhere and … Continue reading →