- As eecummmings wrote:"i am a shape thatcan but eat and turd."What goes (in) upmust come down.And we seem to grow,advanceget better, smarter,do more,for better or worse,but, inevitably,the gravity ... more
- Town + Country Lisbon . 71 minutes. 10 miles.
Warm and nice. Still a little bit sluggish but feeling better.
… for it is those who cherish their own wounds who are likeliest to inflict new ones on others.
-Samuel Moyn, “You Must Remember This,” New Republic , June 2016
- Recent Carleton College graduate Ruth Steinke ’16 has been tabbed as the school’s nominee for the NCAA Woman of the Year. This award honors graduating female college athletes who have exhausted their eligibility and distinguished themselves throughout their collegiate careers ... more
- I met this guy, Jerry, a client of B.'s, that he wantedme to give meditation instruction to. I met Jerry once,then a few days later, yesterday, in fact, when wehad dinner with B. and some ... more
- International forces driving domestic policy in Nigeria
Nigeria Prepares For Drastic Economic Changes
Nigeria is Africa's largest economy. Reuters correspondent Alexis Akwagyiram explains why President Muhammadu Buhari wants to stop pegging the country's currency to the U.S. dollar.
MICHEL MARTIN, ... more
- Gillette Loop + Lisbon. 72 minutes. 10 miles.
Warm (70s), sunny, and breezy. Relaxed and easy run plus 4x100 strides.
- Another post that includes one of my daughter's excellent Father's Day cards :) In this case, she painted a quite fashionable lady bear -- note the scientifically accurate thinner neck in addition to the fabulous dress -- so I ... more
- Carleton College track and field stars Hart Hornor ’16, Amelia Campbell ’16, and Ruth Steinke ’16 were selected to the Academic All-America® Division III Track and Field/Cross Country Teams. This is the first time in school history that a trio ... more
Gustav Holst seemed to consider The Planets a progression of life … Perhaps “Jupiter” represents the “prime” of life.
-The Gustav Holst Website, “Compositions: (1914-1916) The Planets, Op. 32”