Tag Archives: solitude

Journaling Redux


Shiny things! I was so wrapped up in my excitement over new technology (see “Journaling and Friction,” 8/27/12) that I forgot to mention the two most important things about journaling. Today on Facebook I came across the following blog post … Continue reading

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Cultivating Ambiversion


Today I was tooling around on LinkedIn.com for reasons related to my teaching job. Its LinkedIn Today news service featured this typically vacation–inspired reflection from FastCompany on the value of being quiet. Sometimes we forget that the most productive people in … Continue reading

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Church of the Holy Pajamas


The @UUCiA tribe being on retreat on Cape Cod, and there being no service this morning, I'm worshipping at "The Church of the Holy Pajamas." — Richard Hudak (@drwh0) June 5, 2011 I am missing one of my tribes this … Continue reading

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Rilke, Chronicler of the Impermanent


Last week I wrote about borrowing A Year With Rilke (2009), edited by Joanna Macy and Anita Barrows. It being springtime, and being on a cleanse, I feel intensely attuned to the natural world. Thus I was particularly drawn to two paragraphs … Continue reading

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‘Cept You and Me, Babe


Last night I attended a lecture by Sherry Turkle, Abby Rockefeller Mauzé Professor of the Social Studies of Science and Technology in the Program in Science, Technology, and Society at MIT and the founder (2001) and current director of the MIT … Continue reading

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