Daily Archives: July 14, 2014

Book Review: Every War Has Two Losers

Every War Has Two Losers, by William Stafford This book, collected and edited posthumously by the author’s son Kim, is a strong and straightforward demonstration of William Stafford’s commitment to peace, reconciliation, justice, and a strong defense of his pacifist … Continue reading

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99 Shades Of Gray

For some time I have been mulling over the subtle variation of gray that Portland offers in its skies (as well as roads and vehicles), yet the moment was not right, as the idea had not yet crystallized in my … Continue reading

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To Know And Not To Do Is Not To Know

Knowledge is a tricky matter. We often like to think that we know a lot (I know I do), but knowledge itself can exist on a wide variety of levels. At times, what we consider knowledge is merely the accumulation … Continue reading

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