The glacier crumbles under warm rain. The earth cracks and opens, spewing hot lava from fissures into the clean air. In this world of wonders, great tides take our feeble houses, without warning. We are left with nothing, save an awe of the earth’s aliveness. Dare I make a spectacle of the sun? Or of … Continue reading Nature gives no warnings.
Dear dancer, Today is a gift. Dancing together in silent conversation for many hours. Exchanging careful witnessing and play. Poetic undertakings. Playful investigations of improvisation. Scientists of the soul. We are here to dance, discover, uncover and love. Arriving as a raw self, ready to be painted and flavored by a curious context. I am … Continue reading Silent Conversations
Reflections on Søren Kierkegaard’s “Fear and Trembling”
Writing about Søren Kierkegaard’s theory of faith is an interesting task, because faith demands silence. The absurd is untranslatable; in its essence, it is incomprehensible. I will not follow in the footsteps of Kierkegaard by attempting to draw an analysis of all that faith is not. Instead, this analysis is broken into two sections. The … Continue reading Reflections on Søren Kierkegaard’s “Fear and Trembling”