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More reflections on ‘Searching For Neverland’

i made the above video, documenting my initial feelings around the creation of this docu-drama based on teacher Michael’s life.  While my feelings have not changed (i still refuse to see it), after i made the video i began to … Continue reading

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Rest Well, Rainbow Child: On Prince Rogers Nelson

(So many of our great Master Teachers are leaving this plane in recent years. This year in particular has been hard. I had begun writing this piece pretty soon after Prince’s transition, and as I was in the midst of … Continue reading

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A teacher of the teacher: In Honor of Maurice White.

It has been a couple of years since i have posted anything on here (clearly).  i’ve had so much to say during that time, and there have been times i’ve questioned how to say it.  This blog also (clearly) deals … Continue reading

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michael, peace will come, no matter what: a reflection (no. 9)

the thing about ‘blogging’ for me is that something has to present itself where there is an intense need to ‘blog’ about it.  a lot has been on my mind lately, and it’s not always easy to envision it in … Continue reading

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michael, peace will come, no matter what: a reflection (no. 5)

i’m making this quick today… the other day as i was cleaning my room, i began listening to many of your albums…  despite doing this blog and engaging you as my teacher, i don’t always think about the brilliance of … Continue reading

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michael, may you now be at peace: a reflection (no. 107)

okay… there are two different things going on.  i feel like the title of these blog entries just don’t make sense anymore, because as long as certain people close to you are still here on this earth you will never … Continue reading

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michael, may you now be at peace: a reflection (no. 106)

“Being able to say that one is a survivor is an accomplishment. For many, the power is in the name itself. And yet comes a time in the individuation process when the threat or trauma is significantly past. Then is … Continue reading

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