Monthly Archives: April 2005

Revelations & Mysteries

It was just the other day (not an extraordinarily special day, just another day… only special in that I was still breathing & walking around on this planet) when I observed something that had managed to escape my notice for … Continue reading

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Binding the Book

Just the other day, I was staring at the horizon, listening to the waves slap the hulls. “I like your aura,” she says, “what do you do?” “Lately, I’ve been calling myself a writer.” I reply. We are out on … Continue reading

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Carbon & Silicon

The evidence that you are here because of choice rather than chance is overwhelming. Your beingness and becomingness is a matter of evolutionary imperative. This anthropic principle is based on the simple conclusion that because you are here to observe … Continue reading

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Helium Balloons

Let’s recap…from that infinitesimally small Planck time/space, the universe exploded into being. Light was everywhere. Quanta careened wildly, like manic dancers, crashing into one another to form hydrogen, deuterium and helium. These gathered in clouds and then gravity condensed these … Continue reading

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Walking the Planck

In order to fully understand anything that exists, we need to know its genesis and the process that brought it to its current existence. In order to get to know and understand the fullness of your beingness, we need to … Continue reading

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Collecting Beach Glass

It was a Saturday afternoon; just another day at the beach, this time for a pig roast. It was a charity gig; a fundraiser for the Salybia Mission Project. 97% of attendees were Ross Medical School Profs or students. The … Continue reading

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