Anaïs Nin on music, mortality, and what it is to glimpse a joyful vision of a land from which we came and which we have forgotten.
Leonard Cohen on how the teachings of a Zen master can manifest in unexpected and obtuse ways.
BY JAMES SNOW Falling in love with someone in a foreign city poses the question: is it the person or the place I’m really in love with?
Author and activist Kathleen Dean Moore on what inspires her, what drives her, and her struggle to write about hope.
With her book, Earth's Wild Music, Kathleen Dean Moore asks, what can we do in the midst of so much extinction? What is our moral imperative?
Jundo Cohen paints a picture of the universe as an integrated and indivisible dance, in which certain elements temporarily swirl out then return to the whole.
BY APRIL NANCE I have a photograph of my childhood self taken by my Aunt Sandy. In the picture she has tamed my scraggly hair and combed it into a neat blonde bob.
Clifford Venho's Forest of the Unsung, marks the magical transition in a rich and dark forest setting from night into a day that is like 'a book waiting to be read.'