Posts Tagged with ‘mountains’

Sunday Best – August 21, 2022 (with book list!)

I’ve intentionally spent time in varied landscapes this summer, which has led to a more vivid appreciation of the uniqueness and unity of our natural world. Here is the second in a series of blessings based on these places.   Blessing of the Mountains   May the thin sharp air clear our confusion May the […]

Sunday Best – July 24, 2022

I’ve spent most of my life in the rolling hills of the eastern United States, so the wide open spaces of deserts and the soaring peaks of mountains always hit me hard, leaving me dizzy with difference. I feel like Alice in Wonderland in these places, simultaneously completely exposed and insignificantly small. What a delight […]

Sunday Best – November 10, 2019

Never measure the height of a mountain until you reach the top. Then you will see how low it was.       Dag Hammerskjold   This weekend I heard a lovely metaphor, an image from economist David Colander that was conveyed by Brian Arthur, pioneer in complexity economics and longtime faculty member at the Santa […]

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