Monthly Archives: August 2017

The Sacred and me.

Click the Image for more on Variable Oystercatchers via NZ Birds Online. Today, I write only with a light touch about the sacred. I’m no expert. Neither am I entirely sure of the fullness of its nature. My spiritual sense … Continue reading

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Love, in measures.

Photo by me. I retweeted a generic meme on my twitter timeline recently, rare for me, caught before it was lost to the bottomless void beneath my screen… “Measure your life in love” ~ RENT, it said. I had been … Continue reading

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Notes on companionate love.

  In losing companionate love, it seems the understanding sharpens… (I might add or take away) ~~~~~~~~~~~~ There are no crashing waves, as when one is falling into love. Instead, there are deep oceans trenches of life-love. This is a … Continue reading

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Extract: TECHNOFOSSILS AND RADIONUCLIDES. Welcome to the Anthropocene.

The following extract is from my article published in Earthlines, Issue 15. July 2016. “The most sinister and compelling evidence to mark the start of the Anthropocene coincides with the commencement of nuclear weapons testing and the detonation of the … Continue reading

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Killing the ethic of killing.

(Grey Squirrel, photo by me) “We reached the old wolf in time to watch a fierce green fire dying in her eyes. I realised then and have known ever since that there was something new to me in those eyes, … Continue reading

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Corsindolorn

Corsindolorn (heart/painless ~ latin) ~ perceiving nature whilst free of worry/heartache, since all appears well. My #inventaword for today. — Ginny (@ginbat) August 3, 2017   To feel corsindolorn is a kind of relief. When one carries the burden of … Continue reading

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