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Rethinking the Human Narrative

Ah, it seems like it’s been so long since I’ve sat here by you, chatting.  We mustn’t do this again–this whole neglecting our conversation thingamajig. I’ve just returned from Colorado Springs, where I met a group of amazing and wonderful people who are eager to collaborate in some way.  [I won’t go into details here, […]

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Flexibility in How We See the World

“Last December, a poll revealed something encouraging about spirituality in America.  When asked if they had ever had a religious or mystical experience, more responders said yes than no.  This was a first in the 47 years that the Pew Research pollsters have been asking the question.  (A religious or mystical experience was defined as […]

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Since I have an interfaith audience–which I’m ecstatic about–what I’m about to tell you will shock some, will be well-duh! to others. I’ve not attended church in over a year and a half.  [This may not seem outrageous to some of you, but you have to understand, churchgoing is not negotiable where I come from.  […]

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The Gods Aren’t Angry

To all you lovely friends of mine in the greater Minneapolis/St. Paul area: You are invited to Eve’s paperback launch party at The Bookcase in Wayzata, tomorrow night (Tuesday night, Feb. 2nd), at 7 pm.  I will do a short reading, then you can ask all your burning questions.  Anything goes.  Yep.  I know.  You […]

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To Marry…Or Not

My friend Becky sent this to me.  It’s Charles Darwin’s personal pros/cons list on whether or not to marry, right before his marriage to Emma Wedgwood in 1839. Hilarious, and only so, because it was not written in my lifetime! Now it’s got me to thinking what my list would look like.  I don’t think […]

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