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Life-filled November photos taken by Bassett Creek in Theodore Wirth Park. Accompanied by the inspirational music of Anael and Bradfield.
This is a narrated story of my desire to introduce more light and more flow into my life. I went for a walk by a creek where I received a most delightful and unexpected surprise…a gift of light and flow! … Continue reading
The story begins with my arrival at a refugee camp near Al Gedaref in The Sudan in January of 1985. As the story unfolds, it is really about questions I still hold today – of how best to make a … Continue reading
This short video is a ‘story’ of my walk to my sitting place by Cedar Lake in Minneapolis on August 5, 2010. I participated in a project called “Terra Places.” It was sponsored by The Powers of Place Initiative and the Terrapsychology … Continue reading
Photos of a walk on August 15, 2010 by Cedar Lake in Minneapolis…just 5 minutes from downtown. Lots of green and yellow. It is set to music of the Native American traditional prayer, ‘I Walk in Beauty.’
I have taken literally hundreds of photos of birds in all seasons right through my office window. Not only do they like the feeders that are only a foot from the window but also, they like perching on the fence. … Continue reading
Over time, we step from stone to stone in the rivers of our lives. Using the river as a metaphor for life experiences, power, wisdom, and flow, this digital story of place suggests some of the SteppingStones we touch during … Continue reading
Photos taken at Genesis Farm, Blairstown, NJ during September 2010 of 1) Earth as Nature, 2) Human-Fashioned Earth, and 3) Our Human Community
The community of people who lived together at Genesis Farm in Blairstown, New Jersey from September 30 to October 3, 2010.
Several days at Genesis Farm in Blairstown, NJ, exploring Christopher Alexander’s The Nature of Order with folks of The Powers of Place Initiative.
Please enjoy a glimpse into the wonderful beings – human and more – who participated in our “Place-Based Leadership” conversation in this precious place.