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Growing Beyond Our Limits

Humanity builds its monuments at the expense of the natural world. Our cities suck resources from the countryside. Our pleasures come strip-mined from the earth, or pumped out with aid of poisons injected underground.  We engineer plants that generate their … Continue reading

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Feeling Small, Again

Has it really been ten days since my last entry? As has happened before, my enthusiasm for a writing project waned suddenly. It’s part of a larger pattern of repetitive mood swings, each of which begins as inflated confidence only … Continue reading

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Love Thy Enemy

Is ‘love’ a noun or a verb? This isn’t a grammatical question, since the word can function as both. But in personal experience, does love feel like a noun, a substance given, or like a verb, an act performed? If … Continue reading

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