Salmon gathering

I had a dream in the early hours this morning – an Earth Day dream. Near my office—we’re somewhere northern—closer to the Arctic Circle. Salmon gathering, next to my friend’s office window, in the river that ran clear past by the office building— under a train bridge, parallel to a turning train line. Stood with … Continue reading Salmon gathering

March for Science

Tomorrow is the March for Science, coincident with Earth Day. I've been a fan of the "Every Day is Earth Day" mentality for a long time and so to recognize this particular Earth Day as unique, is a mindshift. It is unique. It is a day to focus on the direction we want to go. … Continue reading March for Science

March for Science, March for Magnetism

Written in support of science and my adopted home country, with an "Every Day is Earth Day" feeling in mind. Shared with you today. Feel free to click and download, share. The image links to jpeg, pdf and png files of the same. Art and poem by me. ❤ with love, Maia

It’s ready!

It's ready! You can read The Erenwine Agenda now on any device. Thank you all who've supported. Let the reading begin! -Maia

One more sleep…

  The Erenwine Agenda will be available for you to read tomorrow! For those who have asked: It is available to pre-order now. Pre-ordering counts toward first-day sales figures. It is available on Kindle. As part of the Kindle Unlimited program, I will be paid half a cent (yes) per page you read. So please … Continue reading One more sleep…

This is the new playground: this is the leading edge.

When I’m in alignment with inner and outer ways of being, the work flows well and so do the solutions to pressing problems. These solutions don’t always come at once, or even in ways that are readily apparent as they emerge. They come piece by piece and they form a pattern, one that can be … Continue reading This is the new playground: this is the leading edge.

Why I travel

  Why I travel   Because I am human, and I inhabit a physical body, my experience of the sacred is automatically spatial. My experience of the spirit translates easily into the architectures of faith. I explore this. I travel. Because I am human, and because I engage my physical senses at every moment, my … Continue reading Why I travel