This year has begun quietly on the writing front, though its personal journey of ‘inner work’ so far will no doubt transpose at the right time into poems, stories and new novels. Good news so far is the acceptance of a poem for an anthology, Finding Our Wings, which I’ll post about closer to its release….and that I’m waiting to hear the final decision on a possible book contract.

Meanwhile, I’d like to share some passages I find inspiring, from other (some more, some less famous) writers, beginning with this one by Aldous Huxley, from his last novel, Island, published in 1962. Island has been called a utopian counterpart to his dystopic Brave New World, of 1932. Those three decades saw immense events and changes in the world, but the words below hold good for all days…






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