We are told to embrace the fact that death is part of life. Embracing emotional honesty, Parker Palmer shakes his salty fist at fate's inevitable hand with a poem by Edna St. Vincent Millay.
From a virtuosic performance to an audio selfie and poems on abundance, a feast of ideas and passages for you to take into your week.
As the chlorophyll fades and the splendor of fall emerges, a meditation on color, mortality, and divine presence — complemented with the poetry of Rumi and Farid un-Din Attar.
As you read this poem, Parker Palmer asks us to ponder a simple question: "How, then, shall I live?"
A story of learning and friendship and circles of learning in which each person is a teacher — of learning how to live with death and learning how to live.