We chose the Hayarkon River as a wounded place for 2 reasons. First, it has gone through periods where it has been extremely polluted and toxic. The second reason is because of its relationship to [...]
The kids and I go to the lake in the morning. It stretches, vast and shining, beyond the horizon. I am overcome with its stillness and quiet. And yet, it’s waters are in constant, rhythmic movement.
As you probably know, there are currently over a dozen forest fires burning here in the state of Colorado. Many thousands of people are evacuated and several hundreds of homes have burned. My close friends lost 2 buildings in the Weber Fire.
I want to make beauty for the people in the Tohoku region who were hurt in the tsunami-earthquake-nuclear disaster last year, to pray for their peace of mind and for their unwillingness to give up hope.