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propagating cactus

Hey, guess what.  We had fun recently propagating cactus.  I guess we won’t know for a while if it worked.  But it was fun to try. propagating cactus Our friend who lived here in our guest room for three months last year left a San Pedro.  Yes, it’s ok if you think of the Madonna… Read More »

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making chicken

Hey, I would like to tell you about the latest incident of me and Ming, two non-eaters of birds, making chicken for the elders who live here.  Here’s a picture of the non-beautiful food that hopefully was nourishing for their bodies. I got in my mind the notion that I could get a can of… Read More »

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Trinity Day

In the early morning on Trinity Day, I did a peace ritual in the courtyard.  Ming recorded me.  Please see the video.  It’s mostly a prayer. I post the words of the whole ritual in the description.  Thanks for praying with me, or using this ritual to design your own. I planned and wrote it… Read More »

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chicken cacciatore

Yesterday I made chicken cacciatore.  That might come as a surprise to you, seeing as I have a reputation for being vegetarian.  I don’t eat birds at all–I haven’t eaten bird since I was young.  I made a bird version and regular, which was vegan. elders This is what happened.  There are elders who live… Read More »

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stuff I love, lately

When the kirtan singer does something too complicated, and the audience can’t accurately copy it.  I listen to their sweet struggle and smile.  Is that mean?  I don’t mean it mean.  I’ve been there! I eat raw garlic on my food whenever I want, because it’s covid, and no one is smelling my breath except… Read More »

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free zines

zine irony I used to give away my zines only, for years, and people would be skeptical. Or people would think the zines had no worth, if there was no dollar amount–they must be low quality, so I should’t bother. I learned I could reach more people by charging for my zines, as people would… Read More »