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Post practice thoughts

“Honor the space between no longer and not yet.”

There are things that no longer serve us.We need to let them go, maybe not now but eventually. 158 more words


Verse from the Veda Calling for Peace

The Rgvedaschool applauds the action of former United States Army Chaplain Chris Antal who resigned his duties in the United Stated Army. Reverend Antal is a minister for the Unitarian Universalist Congregation at Rock Tavern, New York, and a founder of the Hudson Valley chapter of Veterans for Peace. 223 more words


Daily Verse

I love the Lord because he hears my voice and my prayer for mercy. Because he bends down to listen, I will pray as long as I have breath! 8 more words


How I make my Garlic Breath go away after every meal

Garlic and Onion happen to be amid the most used spices in restaurants these days not just because of the associated health benefits, great flavor it contributes to the meal but also the fact that it is generic and cost efficient. 268 more words


Black Mountain MinEvent at the Wex

On October 6, OSU dancers performed at the Wexner Center as part of the Black Mountain Collee exhibition. Re-staged and directed by Daniel Roberts and Karen Eliot, the dancers performed pivotal works created by Merce Cunningham during this timeperiod. 522 more words



Reticence in
those final weeks
gave way
to reminiscence,
a rambling
history of him
before us.

When breath’s
dearness stilled
his tongue,
what remained
unsaid was… 19 more words


Dying autumn dance

Leaf falls at my feet

Swirls round, dying autumn dance

Gold to brown last breath