Don’t give yourself a heart attack: A meditation

Careening in the background, uncontrollably and at a breakneck, toward the mid-autumnal new moon - and its priestess-goddess and all she and it might portend - the question of the hour is whether the dawn is the most personal or the most impersonal of all the phenomena of wonder to which we are regularly and often … Continue reading Don’t give yourself a heart attack: A meditation

Let’s meditate on defiant determination

So much of what we experience is bound up with defeat - coping with it, admitting it, staving it off, fearing it, dreading it, etc. Consequently, much of our thoughts and contemplations are bound up in it as well. It's natural and rational. It's easy to feel defeated (or on the verge thereof) because we … Continue reading Let’s meditate on defiant determination

The Wizard Featured in Salon

Today, I was both humbled and honored to see an article I wrote on the intersection of the faith community and the labor movement - a subject I consider extremely important - appear on Salon.com. Please read, enjoy, share - and tell me where you stand on this issue. In a daily mass last month, … Continue reading The Wizard Featured in Salon

XXI. Law and Order: DOC (Days of Change)

This is a hexagram about crime. It's a hexagram about identifying crime, enforcing the law, prosecuting the crime, and handing out just punishment. It's like a Law and Order spinoff launched right in the middle of an ancient Chinese text, which I honestly think would make for a pretty entertaining, and even thrilling, show. In … Continue reading XXI. Law and Order: DOC (Days of Change)