Living The Blue Book presents my experience of what it is that really gives value to human life. It is, for now, “the root of the root and the bud of the bud and the sky of the sky of a tree called life” as I have known it, in my limited and flawed ways.
There is a wonderful paper from 1988 called “Decoding the Mysteries” which is all about the difference between reality and our knowledge about reality. In jargon, the first has to […]
“But there is one kind of knowledge — infinitely precious, time-resistant more than monuments, here to be passed between the generations in any way it may be: never to be […]
We went down to the sea to walk on sky. To wander between the stars cast perfectly in reverse on this first mirror, shining in the millimetre of silk left floating above the saturated sands as the tide retreats…
What else could be required to decrypt it but you, and your inborn ability to interpret; to observe? You are the key; reading the ritual.
The invitation is to recognise your fallen nature because this will lead you to a full understanding of Milton’s message at the end of the poem; although fallen, there is nevertheless the possibility of “A paradise within thee, happier farr”
Do you remember what it felt like to let go? Do you remember what it felt like to let go? To stand out from behind your dark corner and look […]
And eyes beholding radiance. And the gnats’ flickering dance. And the seas’ expanse. And death, and chance. — Ursula K le Guin “There is no such thing as non-fiction,” you […]
I’ve walked through this red dream before. Have forgotten, in the same way, how to hear the music playing in the background, how to look up and see the brilliance […]
This river flows on forever, forging the golden horizon to a place where there is no swimming, only drowning; no walking, only water. It carries your body, arms across the […]