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Yellow Springs News Blogs Section :: Page 10
Even in winter, we harvest.
BLOG— World of upside down
Paradoxically, imagination grounds us in the world. It takes us out of the world, and out of ourselves, only to locate us more deeply there, with greater awareness and greater capacity for awareness.
BLOG-The Knives Are Out
When we allow others to pick up and apply our good council in their own time and capacity, we make our point.
Yarn Registry – On the history of (scarily frequent) powder mill explosions
March 1 marked the 131st anniversary of an enormous explosion just south of town in Goes Station. The explosion occurred with such force, heat and clamor that everyone nearby probably thought the very gates of Hell opened up in their backyard.
Disobedience is an act of faith…in one’s own judgement.
Forgotten Springs, vol.1 – a Tangled Valley and the Ruins of an Old Amphitheater
The preponderance of ruins and tangled underbrush creates a sense of the forlorn in the way that only crumbled human structures can. There are remains of an amphitheater, some walkways and bits of a dam, all of which speak for something that once was but now is not.
BLOG — Postable
Every perfect moment we share publicly online is, naturally, preceded and followed by other moments — the kinds we don’t want to share.
BLOG— An older, deeper story
Sycamore thoughts are exquisite, beginning in the mud and branching into higher math. And sycamore hearts beat with reverential slowness in their capacious woody chests, one beat per human lifetime.
BLOG-Basket of Bits
Booming rockets, whirring motors, and whizzing overhead drones…this week I’ve been exploring the cool technology exploding in our schools and into our lives.
The reward is worth the struggle.