Forest Bathing | A Poem by Saizan Owen

Forest Bathing | A Poem by Saizan Owen

Forest Bathing by Saizan Owen There is a way of entering the forest when the breeze of the trees becomes your guide when the cool gray-green days and humid blue-green nights become your own skin where the unfurling paths through the emerald light become flowing...
Contemplating Fatherhood by Theodore Richards

Contemplating Fatherhood by Theodore Richards

The Contemplative Column by Theodore Richards   “Three Girls?!” I have three daughters. This is generally one of the first things I tell people about myself because it is, I have come to know, the central fact of my life. It is perhaps also true that it is the...
Gifts of the Ordinary by Heidi Barr

Gifts of the Ordinary by Heidi Barr

by Heidi Barr, an excerpt from Woodland Manitou Kahlil Gibran once wrote, “We choose our joys and sorrows long before we experience them.” There is not a day that goes by that I do not have the opportunity to dwell on 30 seconds of disappointment, or two minutes of...
The Souls of Wild Folk by Chad Hanson

The Souls of Wild Folk by Chad Hanson

by Chad Hanson Appears in The Wayfarer, Spring 2017 Issue (Vol 6. Issue 6) | Visit the Store»   We need another and a wiser and perhaps a more mystical concept of animals. —Henry Beston, The Outermost House As a kid I rode a pony with a painted coat. My family...
A Something Less than Nothing by Joseph Little

A Something Less than Nothing by Joseph Little

by Joseph Little An excerpt from Letters from the Other Side of Silence Appears in The Wayfarer, Spring 2017 Issue (Vol 6. Issue 6) | Visit the Store» Here’s the truth: Something happened on that volcano in Guatemala. I’m just not sure what. Steve was in the lead,...

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