Nature as Transformer

We are part of our planet’s four Elementals, made of the substances of Earth and Water, breathing the Air, created with the sun’s Fire. The natural world constantly is transforming, often being both model and metaphor. Many explorations of this relationship are available to you here.

  • Chuck Wilcox et al of the Colorado Caravan, DT:FC

Spring Equinox and Fearless Creativity

I am part of a team creating an online platform titled Developmental Theater: Fearless Creativity (DT:FC). The website will contain theatre methods and processes [...]

Spring Equinox and Fearless Creativity2024-03-26T01:28:24+00:00
  • Birch Trees at Winter Solstice

Winter Solstice: A Wedding of Dark and Light

Birch Trees at Winter Solstice Winter Solstice: shortest day, longest night. Summer Solstice is the opposite. The celebrations around these two events [...]

Winter Solstice: A Wedding of Dark and Light2023-12-20T20:13:46+00:00
  • Dolman

All Hallows and the Crone

For Linda Nenno, Beth Phillips, Ed Wood Photo by K. Mitch Hodge on Unsplash A friend sent an email asking what did [...]

All Hallows and the Crone2023-10-18T23:01:20+00:00
  • Ruth and Boaz

Lughnasadah: A Place of Grace, A Margin of Mercy

Lughnasadh or Lughnasa is an official Irish holiday (Lúnasa) and Gaelic festival marking the beginning of the harvest season. Historically, it was widely observed [...]

Lughnasadah: A Place of Grace, A Margin of Mercy2023-08-04T20:51:01+00:00
  • May Basket

May Day

Photo Credit: Lazar Gugleta, Unsplash I love May Day, the first day of the merry month of May. As a child we [...]

May Day2023-06-01T15:38:39+00:00
  • Equinox Sunset

Meat and Salt: Equinox

When I first began thinking about Shakespeare’s King Lear and arrogance, I looked in the text for the youngest daughter’s response to her father’s [...]

Meat and Salt: Equinox2023-04-12T16:37:55+00:00
  • Bees and Honeycomb

Making Honey from My Old Failures

And the golden bees were making white combs, and sweet honey, from my old failures. —Antonio Machado, translation by Robert Bly [...]

Making Honey from My Old Failures2023-01-30T03:30:02+00:00


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