short catch-up on adventures of worldwide proportions

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any day is a good day for gratitude. setting intentions for today and everyday.

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Spock Alien Cat Space Love

a poem in honor of time travel and alien love.

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water body ocean oasis

let us dance in the sea that we are. a poem about entering into our own illusions.

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bee being

lettuce dances.
did you know that?
i saw it today
perform Swan Lake,
its last song sung
before it was flung into my burrito,
a picnic in the wind.

chairs also sing,
performing improvisations
as we sit static
unsuspecting of anything more
than a chance to rest. (our laurels)
on this note
i’ve witnessed symphonies
in dining halls and chapels.

that bee?
he doesn’t want to sting,
only to find out what kind of rare flower
he encounters when witnessing my presence.
he suspects the same of you—
don’t move—
he’ll figure it out and buzz along
his merry little way.
(he apologized for the confusion.)

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Always in motion is the future.

~ Yoda, Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back ~

NYC subway sunset

three days ago would have signaled my 12th anniversary of moving to NYC. today i found this draft from September 16th, 2012 (written just a month shy of my 9th anniversary of moving to NYC). in a month, i will be back in NYC, briefly, after having expanded out into the world and living in all kinds of places and spaces.

in celebration of all these anniversaries, of a great love and struggle with numbers and time, and of breaking down the very notion of time itself, herein contains the post. it comes from the future, about the past, and, i don’t know about you, but somehow all this time travel puts me right here in the present.

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Judith Brown Meyers auspicious Bird

Most gulls don’t bother to learn more than the simplest facts of flight—how to get from shore to food and back again. For most gulls, it is not flying that matters, but eating. For this gull, though, it was not eating that mattered, but flight. More than anything else, Jonathan Livingston Seagull loved to fly.

This kind of thinking, he found, is not the way to make one’s self popular with other birds. Even his parents were dismayed as Jonathan spent whole days alone, making hundreds of low-level glides, experimenting.

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dog meditation

ball rolls away, go get it.
ball rolls away, go get it.
ball rolls away, go get it.
come back, ball rolls away.
come back, ball rolls away.
come back to the breath
let it roll away,
come and go,
back to the breath.
get it?
the ball is your mind.
getting it is happiness.

dog meditation.

dog meditation

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on Building a Home in the Sky: Converting Groundlessness to Spaciousness.

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All things feel.

~Pythagoras~

Finding Peace in Life Release: Saving Lobsters’ Lives in Maine.

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