Tag Archives: life

You Can Sing Out Of Tune

Don’t let them tempt you to barter your soul never bow down for plastic, or gold or paper, or powder, or dwellings, or cars turn off the noise and look to the stars…   The answers are out there, the … Continue reading

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Life, Death, & Food

Anthony Bourdain used food as a way of introducing America to people around the world, their history and culture. He let food speak for itself, and importantly, let people speak for themselves. Bourdain’s Hawaii episode was the first time many … Continue reading

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Goats & Noses

One of our goats died the other day not that we pick favorites, but Momi was my favorite… the sweetest little goat that ever was, the most peaceful, delicate always happy to see you never mean… I went to chop … Continue reading

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The People Danced

The bullets stopped flying and the machine guns turned into musical instruments and a symphony of death became a symphony of life as soldier after soldier on both sides of the imaginary divide joined together as one playing the most … Continue reading

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Let’s Sing A Song

Let’s sing a song for the dead let’s┬ásing a song for the dying I want to hear more than just poor villagers crying let a chorus of cries ring out from sea to sea and we will fill oceans if … Continue reading

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Guns Aren’t The Problem…

I grew up in a family of hunters. My grandfather killed an incredible number of deer during his lifetime, and he never needed more than a shot gun. He often used a bow. If I ever hunt again, it will … Continue reading

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From Jerusalem To Jericho

Luke 10:25-37 Are we the priest, passing by on the other side of the road or are we the Levite, passing by on the other side of the road or are we the Samaritan, stopping to help and heal do … Continue reading

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