Posts Tagged with ‘redwoods’

Sunday Best – November 3, 2019

Come to the woods, for here is rest.        – John Muir It’s a funny paradox that working on long-term thinking can be a frenzied, over-scheduled thing. Racing from a plane to rental car to highway in California recently, I was determined to get to Muir Woods before they closed. That is an […]

Sunday Best – October 28, 2018

When a mother redwood tree falls, from her roots a ring of saplings springs up, called a fairy ring. And when that ring grows up, it is called a cathedral. I was able to gather with dear family and friends recently, and had a vivid image of our roots, all intertwined, holding each other up. […]

Sunday Best – November 5, 2017

Rise up rooted. I’ve written before about this powerful phrase from Rilke, and had the chance to share it with some dear friends from Wellesley this week. If we surrendered to earth’s intelligence, We could rise up rooted, like trees. We often think of rising and recovery as gravity-defying: bouncing back, or leaping forward. What […]

Sunday Best – December 25, 2016

Redwoods, part 2: Shaking the Senses Dear friend, branding genius, and fellow biomimic Victoria Keziah has given us the best gift of all, this description of the glory of redwoods, and an invitation to witness the miracles all around us.  She writes: A walk into a redwood grove shakes the senses. One first notices the […]

Sunday Best – December 18, 2016

Redwoods, part 1:  Fairy Rings and Cathedrals As the nights grow longer and the year draws to a close, it’s natural to think “legacy thoughts”. What do we have to show for the year? What do we hope to seed for the future? Dear friend and fellow biomimic Victoria Keziah recently reminded me of the inspiration […]

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