I write all these things to make the point that, “Often the storm is in us, often the storm IS US!” We regularly perceive the storm to be external, however it is our own cultural/inner beliefs, anger, and fighting that cause the storm. It is our own self-defense, and aggression, and individualism, and militarism that leads us to believe the storm is an external one to fight. Continue reading The Storm Is Us!
Growing up in Worthington, Ohio, from the second grade until my 1980 graduation, I often found myself the only one in the room. You may ask what do you mean; were there no other children in the room? As an Island of … Continue reading The Only One In The Room