Nuche – a People of Substance, the Ute Nation

0 votesSpending time with different peoples can not only reveal their Beauty, their Challenges, and their Wisdom, but also reveal aspects of our own way of being that we take for granted. This is a Story about the Nuche, a … Continued

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Tracking Trackless Tao

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0 votesThis is a story about the Tao and the very Western impression that we can somehow “study” an ancient tradition, like Taoism, or even Christianity for that matter, in translation, with zero awareness of, or appreciation for, profound differences … Continued

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Anosognosia, why the stupid believe they are smart

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1 vote  In neurology the term anosognosia describes someone with a disability who is unaware of the disability. For example, some patients have strokes, with half of their body paralyzed, and remain totally unaware that they cannot move half of … Continued

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Learning to Photoread

0 votesHow do we read? WHAT do we read with? Most of us, in getting through a book from cover to cover, are convinced we “know how to read.” As mentioned in Chopping Onions and Initiation, it’s the daily gestures … Continued

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