Monthly Archives: April 2017

Footprints on the Psyche and Soul of the Other

As we move through life, we leave traces of our passage though we rarely see that evidence with our own eyes. For the most part, we are blind to the effect we have on others, and even blinder to the … Continue reading

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Psychological Fear of Being in the Light

Today’s photo was taken a week ago when the sky was overcast which allowed only a low level of light to reach these northern prairies in Canada. One of the things I noticed when going over my photos, including this one, … Continue reading

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Chasing Away The Light

I walk a lot in the various towns and cities we visit in North America. In both Canada and the U.S.A., my wife and I have noticed that the vast majority of the houses we pass as we wander these … Continue reading

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Cracks in the Ice Freeing the Unconscious to Surface

The past few days I found myself in northern Alberta near the town of High Prairie.  My daughter lives with her husband in a log cabin near this river. The first day we were visiting, the river was frozen over … Continue reading

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