Lessons from the Storm
by Elizabeth Bennefeld
and beauty of a storm brings me alive in a way that no other experience
has ever quite managed. There is a primitive, sensual quality to the
wind and rain and hail that energizes me.
A Passion For Living
by Pamela Willis
of us could apply Henry David Thoreau's words from WALDEN to our
lives: ". . . The mass of men lead lives of quiet desperation. . . ."
We work at our jobs, we take care of the people in our lives; we
take care of our houses; but when it comes time to take care of
ourselves we find that we've run out of hours. The work starts all
over again each day, until "quiet desperation" becomes an apt
description of the pattern of our living.