What is missing…


The change of the seasons is so powerful…. It is disorienting…. We tend to view this as a collapse of whatever momentum we had developed over the months spent within a circle of similarity that allows us to feel a kind of certainty building. Yes, even for those of us talking endlessly about the pitfalls ofContinue reading “What is missing…”

Uncertainty and Cause & Effect


There’s something tickling out there at the confluence of our refusal to accept uncertainty and our belief in cause & effect. Even here, as I ponder these two concepts, I’m falling into the expectation that relation equals cause. I was about to say that we refuse uncertainty – vehemently, violently, with suicidal insistence – becauseContinue reading “Uncertainty and Cause & Effect”

“Un Moment de Peur”


Jacques Derrida on the Problematics of Deconstruction. A wonderful description of the levels of consciousness at work within a writer. Writing what appears to us out of a “feeling of necessity” brings on a reaction to our “exposure.” To be human is to vacillate between these two positions. I don’t believe we can maintain eitherContinue reading ““Un Moment de Peur””

A Shared Foundation of Experience


It seems crazy to be thinking about boats at a time like this. Not just with winter closing in, but within this climate of growing uncertainty as the imminence of collapse emerges into our everyday lives. The old patterns don’t work, and whether we are upset by this, or inwardly glad to see cracks inContinue reading “A Shared Foundation of Experience”