Category Archives: conversations

the Edge of Now

this is A Reason for Creating and Paying Attention: It is hard to stay being born into this world without the passionate exchange of inspiration. Vision of the Present Slow spread on the cushion of night steel light beyond waiting, … Continue reading

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2021 Graphic Journal #29: Aug 5- Aug 13

I Pretend Multitudes

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My Friend Asha told me about 2 Deaths

Asha told me about her father dying in India: “My father was killed in a car accident. A truck ran into his car and ripped off the top. There are no driving laws in India. The truck driver ran away. … Continue reading

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Have a Little Talk With Fear

Pema Chödrön: A Story about Fear Once there was a young warrior. Her teacher told her that she had to do battle with fear. She didn’t want to do that. It seemed too aggressive; it was scary; it seemed unfriendly. But … Continue reading

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Conversation with a Preschooler

J: I had a dream that a alligator walked into the kitchen. Me: What did you do? J: Nothing I just sitted there in the chair. After a pause. J: It talkted too. Me: What did it say? J: I … Continue reading

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