Most Iconic

7pm Vancouver Public Library | Raining main floor, main branch, Robson Street, before it was Virgin, and Victoria's Secret, and empty before - Timothy Findley. A most iconic author stood, and read. An ambulance passed, fast in the rain, lights reflecting off that sheer glass façade - Timothy Findley: a most iconic author, stopped, and … Continue reading Most Iconic

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

The Wild Side i close my eyes and see the wild places I've been Sharing this beautiful and inspiring rap (yes, rap!) from Baba Brinkman this morning. A friend (Andi) posted about shifting from BC to NYC and the crazy juxtaposition of that, and that reminded me of a remarkable day, when I met Baba Brinkman on a … Continue reading The Wild Side