Monthly Archives: October 2011

Heartbeat

These days I’m living out the hours like I’m walking around in a strange dream. Things have a sort of ethereal, fuzzy, expansive nature to them. I sit in a classroom typing notes on my laptop, gleaning the general ideas … Continue reading

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Timelessness

If there is any one place in this country to recognize the falseness and inorganic nature of time as a construct, it is Indiana. What time is it in Indiana? When does the time change in the fall? It really … Continue reading

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Fireplace

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Permanent, Somehow

Today I was reading about how recent medical research suggests that near death experiences are most likely caused by neurons that simply continue to fire in the brain after the heart has stopped. I find it frustrating and impressive. God … Continue reading

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Things We Overlook Until Autumn

My front lawn is covered in leaves that were swept up in gusts of sudden wind from neighboring trees and scattered across the earth, most of them golden yellow and tan. Yesterday there were dozens of leaves on my porch … Continue reading

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“What I do is me: for that I came.”

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Light

In the early hours, the light pours in thick and soft through the windows in my kitchen. I woke this morning happy for no conceivable reason, and sat by the pane cradling a cup of tea, feeling the heat envelop … Continue reading

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