In an age of humanism, centered on the concept of humans as discrete physical beings, birth is a simple enough process: an infant gestates in a mother’s womb, comes out, breathes on […]
There is a power in the world, that fills. Wherever there is emptiness, it fills it. This is not a function of the world. Scientific inquiry has shown clearly enough that there […]
Within the wind… … there is stillness. Within stillness… …there is wind. All together now: Do you see that? That stillness and wind are one?
Philosophers of “the problem” of human existence… Seemingly, This is a Problem …assure us that thought happens when we engage with language, and within society, because that’s the deal with language: it’s […]
Unfortunately, he practiced phenomenological philosophy (PPP! whew!) instead.
Here’s an image of a fairly typical hillside on the west side of Yellowstone. Earth is fire: not just her core, but all of her. The steam, the wetland sedges and reeds, […]
Like all men and women, I am the creation of the intersection of a child with an environment. My environment was an industrial farm in the grassland mountains of the west. At […]
A people that lives in the natural world channels the natural world through the patterns of the will and in the image of human consciousness and perception (and divine will). A people […]
Ah, evolution. Great Blue Heron on His Barn Roof, Watching for Mice Below (Click.) Is evolution a random process? Is life itself random? Did life arise on earth randomly and then develop randomly? […]
It’s an easy language to learn, a lot like watching stars. It’s not translatable into human words, but that doesn’t mean it’s not readable by humans. Even writable. I bet you could […]