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by Tania Carriere

January 26, 2020

There is an irrefutable truth about silver. Regardless of the degree of ornateness, the careful craftsmanship or the beauty of the design, silver will oxidize and tarnish.

It will loose its shine. 

Its beauty will become hard to see, putting its value in doubt. 

It is not a fault but rather a necessary occurrence; glory indiscernibly begins to fade. The patina is lost. Handled and exposed, the… READ MORE

 
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by Eric Alan

January 26, 2020

As my 93-year-old mother’s primary caregiver, I’ve learned that there’s no distinction between caregiving and the rest of what I do. Caring and its active practices are instinctive and integral. Care pervades everything from friendship to writing, art to taking out the garbage.

 

I’ve also learned to release the apparent distinction between the whole and the broken. I see both at once in my mother, whose… READ MORE

 
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by Eric Alan

December 28, 2019

Another decade has been ground down from stone to sand by time’s ceaseless waves. The old years have become the shore we newly walk on. Past days merge with the water of life as well, becoming its grit, its reflections, its flow into present and future. History integrates with the earth, rather than disappears, including integration into soul inside.

 

My path from 2010 to 2020 has been a strange labyrinth… READ MORE

 
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