Education – whether formally given or self-taught – is necessary, but not sufficient to the expression of balanced wisdom.— Gregg Hake
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Eternal Dart by Gregg Hake Muse of science, muse of art Catching life’s eternal dart As optimism springs anew Novelty doth life imbue.
To a Friend Whose Work Has Come to Nothing by William Butler Yeats Now all the truth is out, Be secret and take defeat From any brazen throat, For how can you compete, Being honor bred, with one Who were … Continue reading
While I was walking my dogs yesterday morning I made a special effort to come deeply to rest in myself and to being at peace with the world around me. It was a gorgeous day. The sun had just risen … Continue reading
If a scientist names an object, say a star, does it change it’s reality in any way? I think not. A star is a star, or as my mother likes to say, “It is what it is,” regardless of what … Continue reading
You have likely heard it said that man is fundamentally flawed or evil, born stained by original sin and in need of redemption as it is often put in the Abrahamic religions, or under the necessity of learning lessons to … Continue reading