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When the Source Ran Free: A story for the present time

When the Source Ran Free: A story for the present time

Llewellyn Vaughan-LeeMay 4, 202031 min read

Watching the sun rise over the wetlands, the mist fading, even here in the midst of nature there is the strange stillness of a world in lockdown — waiting, wondering,…

Seeking Verity, by Tracy Cochran

Seeking Verity, by Tracy Cochran

Tracy CochranOct 31, 201314 min read

Verity climbed down from the scaffold and stood with me, looking up at his work. I murmured something about how otherworldly the statue looked. “I look for something other when…

The Nothingness of Time, by Alexandra Haven

The Nothingness of Time, by Alexandra Haven

Alexandra ZaleskiJun 22, 201810 min read

Photo by Flyn Schmidt (http://www.camerablog.de/) Why do you come to Egypt? Do you come to gain a dream, or to regain lost dreams of old; to…

Spinning Straw, by Tracy Cochran

Spinning Straw, by Tracy Cochran

Tracy CochranJul 30, 201713 min read

The Miller’s Daughter. Anne Anderson. Late nineteenth or early twentieth century A miller, a beautiful daughter, and a creature named…. Once a poor miller was summoned…

Like Snow, by Wendell Berry

Like Snow, by Wendell Berry

Parabola EditorsDec 17, 20151 min read

Utagawa Hiroshige (1797 – 1858), Man Crossing a Bridge in the Snow Suppose we did our work like the snow, quietly, quietly. leaving nothing out. —Wendell…

Grace is Here!, A Conversation with Ram Dass

Grace is Here!, A Conversation with Ram Dass

David UlrichMay 18, 201713 min read

Ram Dass. Photograph by David Ulrich Recently we had the opportunity to visit and interview Ram Dass in his home amidst the exceptional natural beauty of the…





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