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Of Mountains and Moliere

I stayed up half the night reading Moliere’s Tartuffe. Betrayal, futile persuasion, and religious hypocrisy? And from four centuries ago that doesn’t feel ancient? Yeah, definitely worth losing out on a little sleep for. Now I’m¬†finally¬†delving into Robert Jordan’s The … Continue reading

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Yosemite & Beyond

Yosemite is a magical place. It holds a special place in my heart as the first place where I’ve really, really, really felt at home. Being in Yosemite has challenged me beyond belief – physically, professionally, emotionally, spiritually, personally. And … Continue reading

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contemplation

Life has taken a contemplative turn. Something about the overcast skies, the hope of rain, the surprisingly literary conversations and wordplay, the IPAs, the enveloping warmth of my residential haven. Thought processes have begun that could take me to the … Continue reading

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Food for Thought

While perusing a partial review copy of a new book that the Conservancy will be publishing next year, I came across an intriguing quote. Don’t ask yourself what the world needs. Ask yourself what makes you come alive, and go … Continue reading

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Patterns

So… I’m falling into a sort of pattern. Work is consistently busy and the days seem to slip by. So much to do that I’m always busy and purposeful but not so much that I’m feeling overwhelmed (well, most of … Continue reading

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