After a summer full of difficult but needed boundary-setting, it seems wise to sit down and look at the lessons learned, so that next time might run smoother. Here is my attempt.
I was just getting up to get something from the kitchen, when this phrase somehow fell over me, as it seemed - first as a feeling (the immense happiness), and a second later as words: "In solitude I find immense happiness."
“Who used to live here, before?” The constant question. Sometimes it’s possible to find information about it quite easily, but often only after a long scrolling through European-sounding names from the last 500 years or so. The picture above is from somewhere near Rowe, New Mexico, from the first morning of the train ride this … Continue reading Stolen Land
I ask a lot of questions, to people I meet here in the States. As a tool for learning, certainly, but also as a tool for “survival” - if not on a physical level, so on an...emotional, energetical and intellectual one. If someone says they voted for the current president, I ask them what they … Continue reading Asking Questions