Monthly Archive: June 2014

Jun
29

Glimpse of Solace: Daniel Cleary

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  Daniel Cleary was born in Tipperary Town, Ireland and grew up there, and lived for a few years in London, England, before moving to Chicago in 1968. His first passion was painting, but he always loved poetry; “though I never considered myself a writer.” He has two books: The Green Ribbon (Wyndham Hall Press) …

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Jun
29

Yes, let’s

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Happy June 29th –hope your summer is going well so far. Here in Chicago I know it’s summer because the weeds are taking off and the skeeters are back.  And it’s the season of the Cancer birthdays. Meanwhile this must be a bumper crop year for the cottonwood trees because the infernal cotton is still …

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Jun
19

Slice of Solace: Seth Godin

“But it is possible to become important to a very-small everyone, to a connected tribe that cares about this voice or that story or this particular point of view. It’s still possible to become meaningful, meaningful if you don’t get short-term greedy about any particular moment of mass, betting on the long run instead.”   …

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Jun
19

Glimpse of Solace: Po-Phos?

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I don’t know if po-phos is a term, but it’s what I’m calling these, which feature a visual image paired with text. Thanks for indulging me. Pick up the pieces and bloom again     What we need- roots and wings

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