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Liquid steel/raise the land.

Sharpening focus, step by step.
Liquid steel hardens to blade edge,
but just as I start the incision
I’m blasted right back to the prison of fear. 100 more words

Poetry

Unalienable

“‘The nature of marriage is that, through its enduring bond, two persons together can find other freedoms, such as expression, intimacy, and spirituality.’ (Really? Who ever thought that intimacy and spirituality were freedoms?

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Quotes

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We need some hippies on that bench.

~Stonehenge Summer Solstice 2015 ~

This Saturday Evening marked the summer solstice, the longest day of the year and having lived in our current house for a year I planned of attending the… 356 more words

Travel

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Among the wider understandings that emerged from the '60s and '70s is an appreciation for many of the Old Ways of humanity. What our ancestors did with so little can be humbling.

You might be a hippie family if...

You might be a hippie family if you have to braid your sons’ hair for a swim meet!

The boys had a choice to either cut their hair or let me braid it. 15 more words

Homeschool

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Add to the list!

Salmon

When was the last time you wrote your feelings without a cryptic symposium of metaphoric bliss? Wasted hands wasting precious thoughts. Today we stand, fallen. One bit of confidence in our direction and we suck each other off. 269 more words

Dark

Generous Love: Disrupting a "Me" Centered Theology

Post-it Notes protrude from most of my books and notebooks {marking favorite quotes and things I want to return to again}. I place them for the sake of easy¬†{future} retrieval–but–without a doubt, they eventually fall off. 609 more words

Hope

Saturday hippie: Wheels

The Volkswagen bug and microbus have become icons of the era, as have festively painted school buses. So what were you driving? Or at least riding in? 71 more words

History