Archive for June 1st, 2018

See dying all about

I go about telling people—nicely, obliquely—they are going to die, and asking how they want to have it done to them. Yet it may be wasted motion—in a few decades there may be so many of us around that we will see dying all about. Then we’ll see our choices. So how will we do it to one another? Humanly?

:- Doug.

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Busy stillness

There is a busy stillness also in the deep blue of the skies, the waters, and the clouds, the earth and underneath the earth. God must love the bacteria and the viruses, continuing to make so many of them!

:- Doug.

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This is the experience

For me, this is of the experience of growing into eldering.

:- Doug.

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To think is very difficult work for me

To think is very difficult work for me, even though I attempt it a bit every day. How much it must be if we let the radio, tv, Internet, and popular culture give us our thoughts? This is the work to which elders are called; I hope many answer.

:- Doug.

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Way is fuzzy warm and mystical

My way is fuzzy warm and mystical
the world holds much more than me
my way can hold the world’s storming

:- Doug.

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