Strange days at the end of the world

Well, that’s sort of how things feel. Massive uncertainty during change. So it goes. An excuse to practice going with and being open to the moment. And the moment is often filled with wonderful things if only we make the effort to notice.

My brother gets out of hospital tomorrow. Where exactly he is going to go, and for how long, is unclear.

Change is the end of one world and the start of another (though, of course, they are the same). It is the name we give to the poor view of the process we possess.

(Oh yeah, I went along to see Richard Heinberg, peak (and post) oil guru speak a few days ago. Will blog it when I have time, as it was pretty excellent.)

One Response to “Strange days at the end of the world”

  1.   Pearce
    October 20th, 2007 | 6:53 am

    I’ve got say say it’s weird to have the country in its current state and no comment from you. 🙂