Category Archives: From My Chair

From my chair: Seattle’s Mourning Veil

“Whoever cannot seek the unforeseen sees nothing, for the known way is an impasse.” Heraclitus The clouds this morning are almost smoke like creating a thin veil over the buildings of Seattle. I think nature is bemoaning the passing of … Continue reading

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From my chair: Quality of Looking

“The quality of our looking determines what we can see.” – John O’Donohue This view greeted me thirty minutes into my morning “looking”: I am constantly surprised by joy when I remember to sit in my easy chair and look … Continue reading

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From My Chair: Reading Beauty by John O’Donohue

“Without, or with, offense to friends or foes, I sketch your world exactly as it goes.” Lord Byron. I love my view of the Puget Sound from our perch on Bainbridge Island. I love my chairs to sit and watch … Continue reading

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