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Sarah & Olivia, 2009

“Whether sixty or sixteen, there is in every human being’s heart the lure of wonder, the unfailing child-like appetite of what’s next, and the joy of the game of living. In the center of your heart and my heart there is a wireless station; so long as it receives messages of beauty, hope, cheer, courage and power from men and from the infinite, so long are you young.”


Quotation taken from the poetic essay entitled, “Youth” by Samuel Ullman (1840-1924)


The First Full-Moon Labyrinth Walk of the year was held tonight in New Harmony. 

This full moon is known as the Flower Moon and there was an interpretive dance prior to the walk. 

Thank you to Barbara Cochran for your wonderful choreography and for your patience with us during the practices.

Dancers include:  Barbara Cochran, Laura Spradley, Janet Lorence, Lena Feiner and myself.  

Musician:  Cindy Goodwin performed a beautiful accompaniment on her Native American flute.



Labyrinth Dance


Labyrinth Dance


Labyrinth Dance


Labyrinth Dance


Labyrinth Dance

Harmonist Labyrinth


RopeWalk 2009 – June 7-13

The weeklong summer RopeWalk Writers Retreat gives participants an opportunity to attend workshops and to confer privately with one of four prominent writers. Historic New Harmony, Indiana, site of two nineteenth-century utopian experiments, provides an ideal setting for this event with its retreat-like atmosphere and its history of creative and intellectual achievement. At RopeWalk you will be encouraged to write, not simply listen to others talk about writing. In addition, several writers will present papers or give lectures, open to all participants, on aspects of the craft of writing.

Registration deadline is before May 2nd.


For additional information, call 812/464-1863 or 800/467-8600. E-mail inquiries should be addressed to  Or go to their website for details:

Wisdom, 2008

Wisdom, 2008

RSS Quote of the Day

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was chosen as
the name for
this blog
because when
I remember
to keep my
heart light as
a feather,
life is much



Jimmy Margulies
The Record
Jan 7, 2011
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