What book are you reading right now? I’m rereading Good Omens by Terry Pratchett & Neil Gaiman. I’ve read this book more times than I can count. This is one of the books I pick up when I’m too tired to read something new or under stress. This book is the threadbare blanket that you… Continue reading Untitled
Found via Jason Kottke, Pass the Ball is probably the happiest thing I’ve seen on the Internet this year.
This is an incomplete list of books I read in 2021 — too late, I realized I hadn’t tracked them in goodreads. I assembled this list from memory combined with library receipts in my email. Next year, I think I’ll try to keep track of what I’m reading during the year. I’m listing these alphabetically… Continue reading 2021 Reading List
It’s fortunate that other people’s outlook conflicts with ours, since then we have the chance to escape our narrow-mindedness and open ourselves to other values. I have lived in a community for twenty-five years, and I may have received more from people I found it hard to get along with than from those I found… Continue reading Untitled
The most difﬁcult thing in the world is to listen, to see. We don’t want to see. Do you think a capitalist wants to see what is good in the commum’st system? Do you think a communist wants to see what is good and healthy in the capitalist system? Do you think a rich man… Continue reading Untitled
One further point: What really hurts is not so much suffering itself as the fear of suffering. If welcomed trustingly and peacefully, suffering makes us grow. It matures and trains us, purifies us, teaches us to love unselﬁshly, makes us poor in heart, humble, gentle, and compassionate toward our neighbor. Fear of suffering, on the other hand, hardens us in self-protective, defensive attitudes, and often leads us to make irrational choices with disastrous consequences.
Fr. Jacques Philippe – Interior Freedom
The new Akron, built on the site of the leveled buildings, refused to be a graveyard. The people who’d flocked to it to rebuild after the army and the mercs and the guardsmen had joined returning locals to build new kinds of buildings, advanced refugee housing straight out of the UNHCR playbook, designed to use… Continue reading Walkaway (Akron)
Happy Easter from Church of St Pius X.
This is the post office in Cambridge, OH (population 11,129). One of the things I love about Ohio is the old, stately government buildings.
Recipe via Smitten Kitchen