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A Spirituality of Pruning
Also in this issue: In Other Words: Martha, Martha; Bishop Barron: Breaking Through the Buffered Self · News: Writing News; No Shortage of People in Need; Bike Saga, Part 2 · Postscript: A Midsummer Garden
I Want to Thank the Kid Who Stole My Bike
A kid stole my bike out of my garage last week. On the upside, while the thief took my bike, he didn’t leave me entirely empty-handed. Over the past few days, I’ve been making an accounting, and here’s what I figure he added to my inventory.
About Those Kids Who Crashed Our Neighborhood Potluck
In this issue: About Those Kids Who Crashed Our Neighborhood Potluck · Bishop Daniel Flores on Guns and Despair · A New Family in Huff House · My Soundtrack This Week
What I Hear When I Go Birding by Ear
In this issue: Birding By Ear · Robin Wall Kimmerer: Science Needs More Wisdom, Not More Data · Why I Was MIA Last Week; CW Website Update · Mourning Doves & Engineers
Looking for Mariwood
In this issue: Maybe the past isn’t as lost to us as we think · The World Needs More Hypocrites (Starting with You) · Killing the Monster · The Bizarre Concrete Vision of Fred Smith
Is There a Job Title for What I Do?
In this issue: Is There a Job Title for What I Do? · The Blackfoot Confederacy and Me · Because the World Needs a Poem about Shoveling · 1980s Nuclear Apocalypse Movies Should Finally Spur Us to Ban Nuclear Weapons