Tag Archives | What’s love got to do with it?

Russell Willis | Two poems

The Path Takes grace to tread the path That wanders through or past Another’s soul or mind or heart With no thought of self or right No damage of the collateral sort No insistence that this path alone Leads to the pot of gold deserved The merit of who holds the keys Wandering through or past The ones we keenly disregard The ones that don’t deserve Or even know that […]

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Ute Carson | The Wall, Monument to Disenchantment

  A man stands, arms tightly clenched across his chest, and the child retreats. The man opens his arms wide like wings, and the child jumps into his embrace. A woman shears the hedge between backyards as a neighbor ambles up on the other side. Their words pass easefully over the green divide. When a boy throws a rock hard against a wall, it boomerangs back and hits him. When […]

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Gerard Sarnat | Mudita Off the Dharma Seat

“Lord, kiss me once more, fill me with song Allah, kiss me once more that I may, that I may Wear my love like heaven.” — Donovan Let’s knock off an equanamous poem perhaps someone can understand. Uncruel February Sunday. Lovers or friends, Moms and dads teach kids to ride bicycles kindness despite politics. Dogs chase dolphins and Frisbees into the glass waves along the curling of the shore. Old […]

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Love as a political force | An interview with Marianne Williamson

Marianne Williamson is an internationally acclaimed spiritual author and lecturer who is now a candidate for president of the United States, running as a Democrat. Six of her 13 books have been New York Times bestsellers, and four have topped the list. In 1997, she published Healing the Soul of America: Reclaiming Our Voices as Spiritual Citizens, a book offering an insightful examination of our history and politics, with personal […]

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