Monthly Archives: November 2010

Tilt Your Head When the Map Leaves You Lost; Say Yes With Reverence

My last post was written in the heat of the moment. I imagine a little girl trying to find her way down a path and, with map in hand, assumes the way to the patch of sweetness is right over … Continue reading

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Deepest Part of the Exact Place I Never Wanted to Be

Tonight, I have no words of encouragement. Friends, I am against a wall, staring at the void in anger and confusion. Perhaps I’m shortsighted. I hope this is the case. But I feel cornered and scared, shaking. I feel defeated … Continue reading

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Be With Your Becoming-Lost: The Unmentionables’ Return

Two posts ago, I wrote about being in a coma, of walking around in a haze, waiting to wake up. Or perhaps we’re not waiting for anything, but floating along, hoping just to get by without feeling much at all–neither … Continue reading

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Who We Are (Becoming) in brackets because we’re (ongoing)-ly lost

I didn’t forget that I still need to continue where I left off with the last post about being gracious to our fears and wounds and pain. However, I’ve been running like mad and awake at 3 am because inspiration … Continue reading

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There Are No Machines in the Lost-Forest; If You Become a Machine, Read Self-Manual

It’s late. My feet hurt from standing for hours in the shop. I have wanted to write another entry since my last one, but time seems to be at once abundant and shrinking. Time is suspended in the Zen shop. … Continue reading

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