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Goodnight, Sweet Oreo <3

I have been dreading writing this post, but I must share it with you, dear readers, because it’s a huge part of my life.

Our darling Oreo passed over the Rainbow Bridge 12 days ago. 301 more words

Another Conversation With My Kids About Death

Image by Andrew Ruiz

“I don’t want to die,” the five-year-old announces matter-of-factly from his seat in the middle row of the car. “Anyway, when people die, what happens to all their things?” 721 more words

Pitter Patter

"Done Alone"

Both entries and exits are done alone

without maps or signs or wayside stops.

Being born is like dying

only backwards.


Daily Riches: Trust the Fruitive Darkness (Leonard Sweet and John Donne)

“Churches are best for Prayer, that have least light:
To see God only, I goe out of sight:
And to scape stormy dayes,
I chuse An everlasting night.” 437 more words

Embracing Losses And Limits

Autumn beckons

It is the birthing of a new season and the dying of the old. Both exist together as they do with every species. This tree fern has a whiskered texture as the leaves prepare to feed the ground below. 72 more words


Cycle of Death and Birth

Arguably, the two most important seasons for me are the fall, or autumn, and the spring. The former symbolizing death and destruction with the latter kicking off birth and creation. 77 more words

Table Talk

Finite State Machines and Games

Dear reader,

after the experiments with Bayesian inference and pure coordination, I decided to investigate the possible intersections between Finite State Machines and Meta-Games for Free Musical Improvisation. 408 more words