Monthly Archives: July 2005

LIFE IS A CARNIVAL

You can discover more about a person in an hour of play than in a year of conversation. -Plato Found on a page about: The Healing Carnival The Healing Carnival is becoming: an evolutionary game, a multimedia arts ensemble an … Continue reading

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THROUGH OUR UNDERSTANDING

The world before it is perceived is an infinite collection of qualities. It is up to the perceiver to use some of these qualities to differentiate one event from another. This process of differentiation is driven by desire (relevance, need, … Continue reading

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I OPENING IN LAKEWOOD

Ed Morrison, whom I have never met, yet is a glowing spot on my radar screen, will be presenting a program in the land of The Lakewood Observer July 26. I-Open Tuesday July 26, Lakewood Public Library, 6:00PM – 8:00PM … Continue reading

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SAPIENTIAL PERSPECTIVES

Wendy L. Freeman pops a killer koan at the head of this very good article by Chris Clark. Not only do we know more about the universe, but our understanding is deeper, and the questions that we are asking are … Continue reading

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THE ONLY THING IS ALL YOU NEED

Recently, I’m under the spell of goings on in the economic development flux of Cleveland and brewedfreshdaily has provided a stylish foil. (I do wish george would restore me to the blog roll.) This is in the context of a … Continue reading

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NOT ON BROADWAY

Sorry, comments are in fact turned on. The In-Box broils a bit due to my my earlier controversial post. Accused of not knowing the other side or anything about Weatherhead internal politics, I admit t’is so. I also note better … Continue reading

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HEADS ROLL TO A BETTER BODY

I’ve been following the local controversy over the canning of Ed Morrison at CWRU-Weatherhead’s REI. I’ve never met Mr. Morrison, and have few contacts with the homie smart mob for whom Morrison was a central figure and maven. Yet, thank … Continue reading

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LAKEWOOD LIBERATES ITSELF

Meanwhile…over Lakewood way, I’m involved as advisor, facilitator, and writer in the Lakewood Observer project. As an east sider with one foot planted in Lakewood, I like to believe myself to be the observer of the Observer. The crew of … Continue reading

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500 PERSON TUBA CHORUS

Wow. Value Based Management.net is a goldmine. Almost every resource is linked internally to pithy descriptions of conceptual and methodological frameworks. The amount of material is overwhelming. The search engine allows me to note important omissions, such as no no … Continue reading

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