Monthly Archives: November 2020

Throw down your last

Be open in a way that matters—to the other, to yourself. Throw down your last thousand. :- Doug.

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To read thinkers

I want to read thinkers—for I want to think. :- Doug.

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Grandchild, my teacher

Grandchild, if you are my teacher, and you are, what do you teach? :- Doug.

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I twist my ear

Grandchild, what might I hear of you, how might I twist my ear to you? :- Doug.

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Know not yourself

Be not yourself Know not yourself These get in the way :- Doug.

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Less we know

The less we know of ourselves the more we live. :- Doug.

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hairless exposed

Perhaps, just perhaps as we age abilities leave us people leave us some of us could uncover the meat of us perhaps, just perhaps our purpose is to unlearn to become hairless exposed animals we are at base perhaps, just … Continue reading

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Every day in every

Every day in every way I am conversing with grandchildren. :- Doug.

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When I melt

When I melt into air. . . . :- Doug.

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Learn by reflection

We learn by reflection; also in conversation, when everyone walks out with something no one carried in. :- Doug.

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What I have is nothing

What I have to teach you is nothing compared to what you have to give the world —and I have seen your gift is important —and worthy :- Doug.

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First meeting greater value

First meeting is of greater value than the work to make it so. :- Doug.

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Great value

Our great value is to help us imagine a way :- Doug.

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Today I swallowed my imagination

Today I swallowed my imagination Took two capsules with a swig of water I flew I dove I swam and went to places You have never gone and never will Small I crawled inside a chrysalis Came out a butterfly … Continue reading

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Tool to investigate

Imagination Is a tool to Investigate :- Doug.

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currents of heat and cold

Storyteller seek your responsibility to count life’s moving shadows currents of heat and cold :- Doug.

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The cool beyond light

Dive beneath surfaces fly above to the cool beyond light :- Doug.

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