i was missing your input so i picked up The Shack last night. my version of The Shining. i was thinking of keeping it in the freezer like Joey on Friends. maybe i'll read it on the train next time i get to Portland and you and i can talk about it. invite Jeanne and any one else who wants to meet up? love, e
At the beach when the tide is going out,
the waves recede and it seems
that nothing is happening in the sea.
But the truth is that the great swells
are gathering strength beneath the waters,
building energy for the time
the tide will return...
It's similar to times in our lives
when something we have depended on
is gone and we are left
with a feeling of emptiness and sadness.
At times like this we can take heart
Knowing that an unseen strength
is building within us.
And if we can only be patient
relying on a sure faith,
the tide of life will turn
and happiness and fulfillment
will once again return to us.
I don't know what the Lindel documentary is... the song, "Crazy Horse" is John Trudell's... though i would not be surprised that it might have been used in film. It's such a wonderfully poetic piece of music, delivered with John's distinctive bass voice. Best wishes to you and yours. Jeanne
As perfectly near to perfection as the weather is usually, today it's all vacuum cleaner. So, I've got on James Taylor and am inspired to shower you with yesterday's Sunshine. "Your Smiling Face" made me think of you too (two!) Love, Erin
Sure Lee. I realize it's not really a discussion venue, but I hope that helps without being invasive. In future, for anything resembling stuff of a more personal nature I will just send via the email route. Have a nice day. Peace, Mike
...chickened out? It was a fair question. ...but, will it recieve a response? I know many people who have or are searching for a more pristine place to take their consumer driven comfort zones. Haven't we learned anything from the damage already done? "$0.75 an hour" reeks of elitism.