Monthly Archives: April 2010

Terminal

Occasionally, when I write with friends we’ll use photographs as a prompt. This is a great exercise for character development, and also because we are such visual creatures, it can stimulate all sorts of insightful, creative writing. Recently, I ordered … Continue reading

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Happy Earth Day 2010

Hello Everyone! It’s Earth Day today. So, to celebrate this, I read the May/June issue of Adbusters, The Ecopsychology issue. Without giving too much away, this issue’s table of contents contains five sections: Denial, Anger, Bargaining, Depression, and Acceptance. Sound … Continue reading

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The Comet Train

The Comet Train The train that transports us to Ubud is called Comet. I see the name listed in our itinerary after selecting my seat. That’s odd, I think, since this is Bali. I see Bernie board, the solo British fellow on … Continue reading

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