Late evening thoughts on Marshes, history, and Joy.
Tag: New Brunswick
Autumn and Arcadia
Autumn is two weeks away. Already the days are shortening rapidly, and the nights are chilly. The fog hangs overhead late into many mornings. A few trees have turned dull red and orange. Most of these are along waterways, maples with their feet wet. This is a good time to be at the ocean in … Continue reading Autumn and Arcadia
Joy and Sorrow
Shamans come in all sizes and shapes, and represent many religious faiths. Yet most shamans I have known share these traits: they experience joy; they are immensely creative; and they cultivate compassion. They also agree the path of the shaman is far from easy. After all, cultivating compassion requires facing suffering. A couple of Autumns … Continue reading Joy and Sorrow