Tag Archives: relationship

Moving through utopian space

Yesterday, I came across this post, “What relativism means to me,” by Christopher Powell. It brought to my mind what I have been thinking of as utopian space: the elusive and unfixed space between the perceived and the perceiver. (I … Continue reading

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Daughter In Law

Today I am starting a new writing project. I do not know what it is yet, but I have known for three years that it is something, and today I am starting in order to find out. When my father-in-law … Continue reading

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An untitled manifesto.

1. These are the words that are on my mind, that are cluttering the other words that wait to be written, sober, calm, confident, relaxed. Some are abstract, many. But this is what metaphors are for, pulling meaning to focus, … Continue reading

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“Does Bikram yoga incorporate any meditation?”

This post happened in a Facebook message thread between myself and an old friend I haven’t seen in a while. I confess that I am a little leery to include this post, because this blog is not about yoga, and … Continue reading

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A borrowed poem, a borrowed image

for white/gold brilliance. You (you) know this light I am talking about, the glow. (She-bear Capi grumbles berrybellied and impatient for me, so today h e r e space goes to white/gold.) For peaceful fortitude and an intelligent heart, the … Continue reading

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From the rug: A note on Levinas on time

Michael Morgan on Levinas: Levinas actually says precisely this: ‘The future that death gives the future of the event, is not yet time.’ . . . ‘[T]he condition of time lies in the relationship between humans or in history.’” This post … Continue reading

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Tuesday

In a book I have loved reading several times, and that I frequently forget, and then recall and look forward to rereading, though with layers of understanding and complexities of attitude (call it cynicism, or experience, or years, or fear, … Continue reading

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