Yesterday was a perfect summer day, very much fitting of the 4th of July. We kayaked and picnicked, then went walking along the lake shore, or rather Jennie walked while I rode my scooter. I've finally decided I appreciate the scooter and the flexibility it offers; of course, in true Polio fashion, it has taken … Continue reading Independence Day Musings
It is cold; really cold. The new pattern seems to be we receive our deep cold weather in March, rather than January and February. We could use some snow as the bare ground is subject to thawing which is tough on the garden. We also need more snow to get us through the summer as … Continue reading Ethical Quandaries
Ethics and the Healer
Its a beautiful day in the neighborhood, a lovely day in the neighborhood.....Today is warm and sunny, a good day to clean the beach, and later today, neighbors will gather to do that. Yesterday we attended an ethics training, one of those gatherings mandated for, and, often, dreaded by, licensed professionals. The day got off … Continue reading Ethics and the Healer
The Moral Dilemmas of Being
Living in a world were all beings and actions are interconnected creates many moral dilemmas. Shamanism and psychotherapy, at their best, support us in navigating them.