Author Archives: Ann Kreilkamp

Being fully present: First, she put her hand on the gunman’s heart . . .

What can — and did, on this occasion — happen when humans drop their masks to fully encounter the humanity of the Other. From the LA Times. Thanks to my dear friend Julia for this find.   The tender, terrifying … Continue reading

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Trump, Putin, Justin and me: What we all have in common

Do you see the similarity? Not sure how old either of them is in the photos depicted, though Putin (on left) is clearly older than Trump. I wrote about Trump’s baby picture here, shortly after he won the U.S. presidential … Continue reading

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As Mercury turns to go direct, please, would-be citizen investigators — step up to the plate!

Mercury turned to go direct this morning, at nearly 12° Leo, making only one strong aspect, to Jupiter in Scorpio, and even that is three degrees from exactness. At issue is Leo’s pride and self-expression. Pride is negative, self-expression is … Continue reading

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Massive compilation: coreysdigs in to planned solar panel installations across island trade (traffic) routes

Across a massive three-part series, 44 pages, PDF here, above all, she asks WHY: what is the real agenda behind this seemingly humanitarian endeavor? This series is breathtaking; old-fashioned investigative journalism at its best, tying probability of a known route … Continue reading

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Green Acres Village, early to mid-August, part two: CSA, Community Dinner, plus synchronicity!

Note: part one. Last Friday’s CSA held a good haul, though rabbits had gotten the early beans. Pictures follow. In prep for this week’s CSA, Solan’s message to share-holders included this important information: This year, Indiana farmers planted over 6 million … Continue reading

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Green Acres Village, early to mid-August, part one: Work parties, poison ivy, pool party

I’m panting as I try to catch up with various activities around here. Especially since I was struck by poison ivy three days ago during one of our work parties, when, while clearing brush, I came upon a cluster of … Continue reading

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WHAT’S AT STAKE, yet again: My roots are Roman Catholic and I am ashamed.

Part of being love, rather than cowering in fear is speaking truth to power. And that Catholicism is so very corrupted leaves me with a terrible taste in my mouth. Not that I’ve gone to church lately. In fact, not … Continue reading

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Only two fundamental choices: LOVE or FEAR

I remember the day I realized this fact. It was in 1991. The (first) Gulf War had just been declared. This, after months of build-up, which I felt in my body as tension, and realized, because I did feel it … Continue reading

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