Monthly Archives: January 2013

The transcendental poem

There is a great tradition of poetry that elevates the experience of the natural world to provide a feeling of deep connection to the cycle of life and death. I can think of no better example of this type of … Continue reading

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No words needed

It’s not baseball season yet, not even time for spring training, but on TV the other day they were interviewing a new Oakland A’s player, Hiroyuki Nakajima. He’s Japanese, and was speaking through an interpreter. “How can he play in … Continue reading

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Resolution vs. intent

It’s a strange custom we have, resolutions at the New Year. ¬†About 10 years ago, I took a tip from my daughter: “Aim small and succeed.” Since then, several excellent small resolutions have become part of my life: Only eat … Continue reading

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