Category Archives: Ideas Worth Spreading

Autumn Rains

“Autumn Rains”, a haiku by Gregg Hake Darkened clouds above Pouring out their tears below Wilt thou clear by dawn?

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Timing and Readiness

Yesterday morning my youngest son told me that he was hungry no more than 5 minutes after eating a big breakfast. I told him that it might be a good idea to wait a few minutes so that his stomach … Continue reading

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The First Step

Watch the first step: it’s a doozy! I am training a young Harris’s Hawk for falconry at the moment and one of the most significant steps in manning (training) a hawk is getting it to hop from a perch to … Continue reading

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Righteousness

I recently read Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “Letter from a Birmingham Jail”, which was written in response to a written statement of public concern issued by a group of white religious leaders of the South. In it King described his … Continue reading

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Sunlight

“Sunlight”, a haiku by Gregg Hake Sun’s rays beaming down Warm my face against the cold- Like you warm my heart

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Oneness

“Oneness”, a haiku by Gregg Hake Peering into the forest: oneness, not sameness— Should man be not thus?

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