Monthly Archives: September 2012

Life Is Just a Bus Ride

Simplify! Go live in a hut and be joyous! Continue reading

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Floating from Past to Future

Meet Henry D. Thoreau in his actual boat, live and paddling on Walden Pond. Continue reading

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Golden Hour

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Relic from Early Christianity: NYT Article

The writing on this papyrus fragment is in the Coptic language, written in Greek letters.   “The world is not really crawling with crooked papyrologists,” explains one scholar. Historian Says Piece of Papyrus Refers to Jesus’ Wife – NYTimes.com.

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It’s Over

All existence comes to a standstill in cosmic silence. Continue reading

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Originally posted on Walden Pond State Reservation:
Join a park interpreter to discover the literary genius that is Henry David Thoreau’s legacy. He produced many published works including Walden,  A Week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers, and several prominent…

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Literary Walk at Walden Pond #1

I had great fun at the first of four Wednesdays-in-September literary walks at Walden Pond yesterday, on the 18th of Elul. I did my homework by rereading Thoreau’s essay “Walking” (1862) while floating around the Pond in my kayak. Easterly … Continue reading

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