Owning Things

Migrant children in California. March 1935. Photo by Dorothea Lange.

Yesterday I wrote about owning things, and some of my readers were displeased with the idea of "owning" being something good in a spiritual context. My post yesterday was not great, and some readers mistook my unpolished stream-of-consciousness scribble for panic. I am far from panicked. I do not believe that the sky is falling on our heads. I am trying to see us and our place in the world clearly, free of projection and illusion. I have reached a point in my life where I don't own anything … [Read more...]

The Rise of the Working Poor: Occupy Wall Street Goes Global

I've been grappling with whether I should write about Occupy Wall Street, and what to write about it, for some time. I'm not as eloquent as T. Thorn Coyle nor truly very savvy to what is going on. I felt a bit like I was hearing reports from another country, as if these could not be my people, my apathetic Americans. Then suddenly, it wasn't just Americans but people were protesting in London, Rome, Madrid, Seoul, Hong Kong, Stockholm, Zurich and other cities around the world. And I was … [Read more...]


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