Monthly Archives: March 2008

Road Signs.

We call these past eleven years our, “Walk of faith.” On the tropical Hawaiian Islands, that has meant sleeping on beaches in tents (thirteen tents, and eleven air mattresses); eating oranges, avocados, and mangoes that fell from tree to ground … Continue reading

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The Task of Youth, The Task of Age.

The Return Voyage is nestled, this week, under the brilliantly, watermelon-colored, Sandia Mountains in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Nearby, we discovered the weathered lava fields resplendent with American Indian petroglyphs–remarkable, symbolic stories that indigenous peoples etched in stone thousands of years … Continue reading

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Outsiders.

It appears that, as a culture, we rear our children to fit in. And it breaks our collective parental hearts at the first sign that they do not. We attempt to protect them: From being the last chosen for team … Continue reading

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