Archives for December 2009

Families ~ by Peg Alford Pursell

by Peg Alford Pursell Even the stars collect in families. No body is alone in space. Astral pearls of light – strings of sisters – glow, Father the brilliant medallion marks the mouth of a black hole, A hydrogen web Mother spins and weaves her nebulous net, the Old red ancestors fade but never defect: […]

The Gnosticism of the Greenhouse ~ by Lucy Simpson

by Lucy Simpson “I am perception and knowledge, uttering a Voice by means of thought. I am the real Voice. I cry out in everyone, and they recognize it (the voice), since a seed dwells in them.” ─ Nag Hammadi Library, Trimorphic Protennoia, translated by John D. Turner Back in the garden of eden when […]

Busy, but Fit

Most of us are busy with work, family, taking care of others and all of life’s other responsibilities. Then it shouldn’t be too surprising that setting aside an hour or two a few days a week to workout is almost impossible. I mean really, how many of us have the time to get ready to […]

SPACE – The Final Y Front-ier?

The return of the space shuttle Endeavour on July 31 marked a great leap forward in the history of underpants. Returning to Earth was Astronaut Koichi Wakata of the Japanese space agency, JAXA, who had secretly been testing super jocks during his four months on the International Space Station. According to this daring astronaut, he […]

Lunar Eclipse

My youngest son is a space enthusiast. His bedroom is decorated with posters of the planets and the space shuttle. There are those glow-in-the-dark stars plastered all over his ceiling, and mounted directly above his bed is a working replica of the solar system. In February 2008, when he was twelve-years-old, he found out there […]