Tag Archives: Elizabeth Gilbert

After this post, I may need to be “Committed.”

It has happened again. I am reading a book with so much immediate and significant relevance I am wondering how it is possible that it landed in my hands at this time. Of course I know, technically, how it happened: … Continue reading

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Eat, Pray, Emulate.

I went to see my yoga teacher’s master/teacher this weekend. I could not go to the practice that he held last night because of work, but I am glad I got to hear him talk and to see him. I … Continue reading

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The Frontier Thesis Redux, or a Semi-Ode to American Men

From the time the mountains rose between the pioneer and the seaboard, a new order of Americanism arose. The West and the East began to get out of touch of each other. ~ Frederick Jackson Turner, The Frontier in American … Continue reading

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