Category Archives: Mysteries

Truth

The desire for truth is an intricate part of human nature and is essential to our human existence.  Without believing in truth, we can never make decisions essential for our survival.  We have a ingrained desire to believe that truth exists. … Continue reading

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Listening

It was unusually warm for January as I took my Saturday morning walk up to Buzzard’s Roost.  This rock outcropping is at a most amazing place, as the Chapman and Monte-Sano mountains come together at an angle in the foothills … Continue reading

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The Mysterious

I resolve each moment and each day of this year to renew my eyes as a child and be open to the mysterious.  I resolve to enjoy the mysteries of squirrels playing on the fence, of hawks catching the wind flowing up … Continue reading

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Sound of Buzzard’s Roost

On the eve of the New Year, I took an early morning hike up to a rock outcropping on the Land Trust trail called Buzzard’s Roost.  There is a light frost and the sun is rising over Monte Sano.  In … Continue reading

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Mystery of Love

This time of year, we ask our children to believe in magic.  We ask them to believe in the magic of Santa Claus, of the North Pole, of Elves, and of Reindeer.  We ask them to believe that in one … Continue reading

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Magical and the Mysterious

In modern thought, we separate the rational and the magical.   Rational is that which we can observe based on reason and logic.  We use information, science, and analysis. But, this time of year, we encourage our children to see the … Continue reading

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A new mystery

As I have taken the past few years off of blogging, I have had time to reflect and to mature.   The path is becoming clearer to me everyday, yet more mysterious.   I realize I don’t fit into any … Continue reading

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