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Nothing Like a Pile of Rocks to Put Us in Our Places

Me, me, me! Sometimes that’s all that matters. I have a headache, I don’t have enough money, I’m too fat, etc. The world seems unfair, the world’s going to hell, the world is a mess. Then…I go to a canyon. … Continue reading

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It’s Tough to Escape Violence Regardless of the Paradise

On January 8, 2011, I was in a store called Antigua de Mexico, on Ina Road in Tucson, Arizona.  Strolling among the Talavera pottery, Oaxaca carvings, saguaro ribbed chairs, I was…happy. I had come in from blue skies and bright … Continue reading

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