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I Would Prefer Not To: My Buddy Bartleby The Scrivener

By On July 2, 2017

To so many common expectations, I say: "I would prefer not to."… Read More

Poem

For the Messiah, or Whomever

By On June 29, 2017

A poem for the end.… Read More

Poem

Keeping Up With The Schneersons

By On June 27, 2017

It's time to get it done.… Read More

Poem

Time For Us All To Break Out

By On June 18, 2017

Can seemingly small pleasures and appreciation of daily life foster great insight? … Read More

Long Read

The Khima Transmission

By On June 14, 2017

Be brave in the face of the unknown. Step forward and receive our communication.… Read More

Long Read

Scenes From A Fractured City: Six Poems

By On June 12, 2017

Six poems from the fractured center to the frayed edges. … Read More

Guest Post

Sukkos Heartbreak

By On June 12, 2017

To be denied that which you most desire.… Read More

Poem

The Higgs Field: Every Green Unfurling

By On June 7, 2017

Can you imagine the practical grace in your thoroughgoing pulsation?… Read More

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Guest Post

The Things We Take With Us

By On June 5, 2017

My clothing does not define my relationship with God.… Read More

Poem

Our Neighbor’s Truth Is Not Our Own

By On May 29, 2017

A neighbor prosecutes God and love from her 10th floor balcony. … Read More

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