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Externally, We Swim In the Same Ocean, but…

Winter                                              Waning Moon of the Cold Month “Man must cease attributing his problems to his environment and learn again to exercise his will — his personal responsibility.” – Albert Schweitzer Schweitzer was a favorite of both my mother and my … Continue reading

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Discipulus

Samhain                              Waning Thanksgiving Moon An eternal schoolboy.  I sit with my legs crossed, feet tapping while I work on my Latin, that inferior position of student working its way into my 63rd year, an anxiety that I have trained myself … Continue reading

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