Is this our very own WW calling a talk show asking about Shaq and Charles Barkley? I doubt it.
September 9, 2011 at 11:17 am
Will the real WW please stand up?
September 9, 2011 at 3:59 pm
And she is sports knowledgable too! WW is multitalented!! :)
Thanks this was fun!
September 9, 2011 at 4:01 pm
You know I don’t think Shaq and Charles will get along the time. Clash of egos! Get’s ’em every time.
March 15, 2014 at 11:31 am
Claire forwarded me Ocean’s note about Peter’s pasnisg. I have been still and reflective all day, washed over by a sense of drifting, light-headed, feeling so immensely sad.It was a privilege to be with you and Peter and Ocean for those precious days in early summer. I will always treasure those last hours talking to Peter and feeling his spirit and his love.These are some lines about transcendence and silence from Sara Maitland that I wanted to share with you.Love and hugsSteve“The more silences I looked at, the more silent places I went to, the more I became aware that there were dense, interwoven strands of different silences.”“And there, quite suddenly and unexpectedly, I slipped a gear, or something like that. There was not me and the landscape, but a kind of oneness: a connection as though my skin had been blown off. More than that – as though the molecules and atoms I am made of had reunited themselves with the molecules and atoms that the rest of the world is made of. I felt absolutely connected to everything.” “For several hours I enjoyed an extraordinary rhythmical sequence of emotions–great waves of delight, gratitude and peace; a realization of how much I had done , how far I had travelled; a powerful surge of hope and possibility for myself and my future; and above all a sense of privilege. But also a nakedness or openness that needed to be honoured somehow .For a short while I was absorbed in joy. I was dancing my joy, dancing, and flowing with energy ” Sara MaitlandA Book of Silence2010
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