After the death of the poet William Stafford in 1993, his friend Robert Bly wrote this tribute against the image of water flowing down the rocks of Montana gullies.
BY JESSE CURRAN For the first mile, I replay last night. New Year's Eve. We're celebrating from our separate living rooms...
Lewis Hyde's book The Gift is a treatise on the power of the creative spirit and the dynamics of giving to transform the world.
In this short chapter from the Shobogenzo, Sho-ji, Dogen plays with the distinction between the nuances of the two different meanings, life and death being static and self-defined events, which he argues have no substance or existence, and living and dying which are an endless flow of events and dynamic being