Write. Write every week. Write with a peer group of no more than 4. Discovering people wherever I go, I find myself always wanting to interconnect us. Maybe because it’s […]
I’m not sure where to put the piece I want to publish, soonishly, about post post modernism, the Society of the Spectacle, and social sustainability. All of these are thinky-thinky […]
That’s the name of this edition of S P A C E. I have been thinking about that theme of ‘awayness’ for, well, since March 2020 when it became impossible […]
I’m excited about something but it’s way too personal to put on this page. So, I’ll talk about it in the Cojournal. Which is the project that Kismuth invented in […]
If good things come in threes, then today is the day that the third thing landed. If I am understanding this correctly, the border between Cambodia and Vietnam is now […]
In the cloud (which I’ve been in since 2013, since I usually collaborate remotely with very creative people all around the world), I’m making stuff. Why the cloud? Why this […]
Today, I found this. Parents who foster an avoidant attachment with their children frequently discourage the open display of emotions. They distance themselves physically, [and] become upset or angry when […]
Today was fun. In my mind, I got to take a tour of Japan again. I got to talk about it, go there in my old reminisces, and share—in Japanese. […]
What is joy? Checked out some internet stuff to learn more about this emotion. Joy, according to Merriam-Webster online, is the emotion evoked by well-being, success, or good fortune or by […]
Here’s an article to help you find out. https://www.eqi.org/how_to_know_if_your_parents_are_abusing_you.htm This last comment from ‘Susan, Chicago’ is beautiful:
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Found this. Very interesting. A great article for anyone dealing with difficult people who keep trying to erase your reality. Haha.
Here’s a starter prompt for today. From T. Urban‘s blog, ‘Wait but Why,’ this intriguing anti-mainstream essay on choosing your life partner… Quite a riot.
‘How wonderful that we have met with a paradox. Now we have some hope of making progress:’ N. Bohr, quantum physicist When DK’s A. Spaice popped around in real life […]
I wrote about this week’s coming-up issue of S P A C E over at DK, and thought hard about what the idea of it is, why I wanted to […]
My first book, The Elopement, was about running off to Ireland to get married. Kind of. I didn’t mean to run off, and I didn’t mean to get married. Lots […]