Hope, Despair and the Right to Die with Dignity 101

Hope, Despair and the Right to Die with Dignity 101

“It never occurred to me until this storm day, while swinging inthe wind, that trees are travelers, in the ordinary sense,” John Muir’s A Wind-Storm In the Forests, Mountains of California (Muir, 1894) Continue reading Hope, Despair and the Right to Die with Dignity 101

calm down

calm down

When my mother was dying from cancer in 2008, my dad told me that there were 22 others living on … Continue reading calm down

White Privilege Systemic Eradication  of the Other

White Privilege Systemic Eradication of the Other

I missed my trauma therapy appointment for the 3rd week in a row today and it’s showing through the cracks … Continue reading White Privilege Systemic Eradication of the Other

Peerpocalypse 2017

Peerpocalypse 2017

Cannon Beach in April sounds like a pretty fab place to be. The beach. Walking on the brown sand, waiting … Continue reading Peerpocalypse 2017