Today’s I ChingPosted: May 25, 2017 Filed under: China, mysticism, religion 1 Comment
In some translations springtime is rendered as Long June
the only book I’ll ever need?!
if I want to learn more about China I can pick up this month’s Westways:
Lol did somebody pitch Westways “how about a story about China?”
WESTWAYS EDITOR: what angle?
PITCHER: Everything from cities to cuisine! All the facets!
PITCHER: Well, many facets.
EDITOR: Is there enough there?
PITCHER: I think so. Did you know it is a 5,000 year old civilization?
EDITOR: Wow! OK let’s also have a piece on Iceland and car racing for amateurs and I think we’re good!
Conversational fodder for your Super Bowl partyPosted: February 1, 2015 Filed under: Christianity, mysticism, religion, sports, writing 1 Comment
Throwback to an old classic. Milch spins Super Bowl –> Kierkegaard. Starts around 0:41, meanders away by 3:40, pretty interesting again by 9:20 or so.
Good luck to both the Seahawks and the Patriots in returning to the spirit which gave them rise. Stand by my Super Bowl pick.
Sitting BullPosted: May 10, 2012 Filed under: Custer, from wikipedia, history, Indians, museum, mysticism, people, photography, pictures, the American West 2 Comments
In August of 1890, Sitting Bull left his home to check on his ponies. After walking more than three miles, he climbed to the top of a hill, where he heard a voice. A meadowlark was speaking to him from a nearby knoll. “Lakotas will kill you,” the little bird said.