Posts Tagged with ‘interdependence’

Sunday Best – July 4, 2021

Like most subjects, the founding of the United States is so much more interesting and complicated than the version we learned in grade school.  And for those of us who did attend grade school in the United States, this early passage from the Declaration of Independence is still rolling around in our memory banks: We […]

Sunday Best – June 28, 2020

In this time of isolation, time has stood still and flown by, all at once. Somehow we are already coming up on the 4th of July holiday in the United States, which called me to review the excellent catalog of Jacob Lawrence from the Peabody Essex Museum. A footnote to one of his American Struggle […]

Sunday Best – December 18, 2016

Redwoods, part 1:  Fairy Rings and Cathedrals As the nights grow longer and the year draws to a close, it’s natural to think “legacy thoughts”. What do we have to show for the year? What do we hope to seed for the future? Dear friend and fellow biomimic Victoria Keziah recently reminded me of the inspiration […]

Happy Inter-dependence Day!

One of my favorite holidays of the year is Independence Day, July 4.  What could be better – a holiday where there is no agenda other than to honor history, cook something on a grill, and watch fireworks?

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