Monthly Archives: March 2014

Being Ice

Now that I am in my fifties, I have to admit to myself that I am a pond in winter. I’d like to think that it’s early winter, November at most, but if the average life expectancy for women is … Continue reading

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Spiritual Geographies

Kathleen Norris subtitles her book Dakota as “A Spiritual Geography.” I like that term, because it suggests to me not only the spiritual power of place, but also the defining, shaping capacity of the land. In chapel a couple of years … Continue reading

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