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A Paradox

Beltane                                                                                       Waning Last Frost Moon Groceries.  Bees.  Check in for cruise.  That’s my day today.  Well, I might watch a bit of the 500, just see how it goes. It Broke From Within (see post below) is based on a … Continue reading

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Stay In It

Spring                                                    Waning Bloodroot Moon As winter loosens its grip on our state, the legislature begins to tighten theirs.  In the last half of the first session of the 2011-2012 legislature, budget bills dominate the news.  From my perspective as both … Continue reading

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Still Examining

Imbolc                                                        Waxing Bridgit Moon Greg Membres, my Latin tutor, recommended a film, The Examined Life.  You may have seen it already since it was made in 2008, but it’s a powerful introduction to some fundamental philosophical questions like ethics, the … Continue reading

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The Constructive Task

Fall                                                   Waning Harvest Moon Another morning of cool, wet weather.  The beginning of October.  No.  Scratch that.  The end of October.  I recognize this fall weather actually; it comes to us courtesy of the climate that used to be Indiana’s.  … Continue reading

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