Posts Tagged: wisdom


Great Blue Heron, wisdom for two Wisdom for Two Pair-bonding advice for next-level relationships by Ken Rummer Wind out of the northwest, crisp and chill. I’m wishing I’d worn one more layer for this morning’s walk, maybe a shell over the fleece. Brr. Autumn is here. Beside the trail, milkweed pods spill their tufted seeds. And across the second gravel road,… Read more »


What I’ve Learned in Seven Decades Hard-won wisdom from A to Z  by Ken Rummer What have I learned? An approaching  birthday, one that ends in zero,  has me thinking, not so much about academic knowledge, but more about the life experience sort of learning. The kind of observation-based wisdom I find in the book… Read more »

Wisdom Journey

Which Is It? Science or Religion? by N. Graham Standish    A Thought: Faith in science alone is a foolish myth. Faith in myth alone has is a fool’s science. Folly comes when we rely only on myth or only on science. Wisdom grows when myth and science clasp hands and lead us into deeper… Read more »

justleros = more than just nonsense or disparates

A space for a contemporary woman disciple to give voice to justice concerns in a world where some still think that women’s words are just leros (Greek for “nonsense”) or, in Spanish, disparates   Wisdom buildsA reflection and confession based on Proverbs 9:1–6 by Magdalena I. García Wisdom has built her house, she has hewn… Read more »