Posts Tagged with ‘stillness’

Sunday Best – May 17, 2020

Earlier this week, a crazy storm came out of nowhere. The sky turned a bruised purple-black and the wind went from breezy to violent, whipping the trees and blowing huge gusts of rain sideways. Just as the thunder peaked, the lights dipped once, twice, and then all was dark. Dark and quiet. No refrigerator humming, […]

Sunday Best – May 5, 2019

Years ago I attended a seminar with the brilliant mathematician Benoit Mandelbrot. I remember being so excited to hear what he had to say, and also a little worried that the discussion would be too technical for me to follow. The first sentence he said was, “I study roughness.” He explained that most of mathematics […]

Sunday Best – January 20, 2019

Don’t just do something, stand there!   Jack Bogle Pay attention. Be astonished. Tell about it.   Mary Oliver This was a tough week for loss – both the poet Mary Oliver and the investor Jack Bogle. At first glance these seem like people who had little in common: Oliver spent her days in the […]

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