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organization: The New Mexico Wilderness Alliance, Box 25464, Alb., NM 87125. (See the web site at: www.nmwild.org)
And support; ProjectCoyote.org
some reason we've lost the note on this page that talked about the
availability of both the Morgan-Greer Tarot deck ($15) and our book,
Intuitive Tarot ($10) from us. (+ shipping)
lost was the info about phone readings by Coyote &/or Raven. We're available almost all the time (except after 10 PM
MT!) Cost $60 for any part of an hour.
Little known movies
to rent from Netflix and books to check out;
We never darken the door of a commercial movie house, we just stream
'em from Netflix, or Amazon Prime, or Acorn. So no "New Releases"
here...but we watched a couple of good ones in the last week or so and
they come highly recommended from a couple of old movie buffs.
Rather than make up a review here are two we hijacked:
“The Dressmaker” pays
off with its out-of-nowhere developments, until it collapses into a pit
of death, destruction and despair. I can’t say this is the best film
you will see all year, but I can assure you won’t see another one like
it again for a long time. (Partial quote from a long, and good, review by Susan Wloszczna)
Critics Consensus: Captain Fantastic's
thought-provoking themes -- and an absorbing starring turn from Viggo
Mortensen -- add up to an above-average family drama with unexpected
twists. (From Rotten Tomatoes)
This one is better than "above average family drama", it's actually a good movie.
A good one from Netflix, "Wolf Totem".
Promo reads, "Sent from Beijing to the wilds of Inner Mongolia to
educate the children of nomadic shepherds, young Chen Zhen instead
learns about the bond between the herders and the region's wolves.....a
relationship being endangered by a government official." Might not seem
like much of a story but it's beautifully told and filmed and focuses
on the balance of nature and magic. Another worth-your-time flick.
Don't miss "Touching the Wild",
the story of a man being willing to spend a great deal of time
connecting with the mule deer herd on his land in Wyoming. This is a
beautiful and touching story that will impact your view of the true
nature of the animal life we sometimes take for granted in the sense of
thinking they are much different than we are when it comes to
The Men's Page
What's in a Name?
there comes a time when counting the cost and paying the price aren't
things to think about any more. All that matters is value- the ultimate
value of what one does." James Hilton
will have gone out of us as a people if we ever let the remaining
wilderness be destroyed ... We need wilderness preserved — as much of
it as is still left, and as many kinds — because it was the challenge
against which our character as a people was formed ... We simply need
that wild country available to us, even if we never do more than drive
to its edge and look in. For it can be a means of reassuring ourselves
of our sanity as creatures, a part of the geography of hope." Stegner
“It is easier to get over what has happened to you than to get over what you imagined happened to you.” M. FitzSimons
“Spontaneous dance, like singing, bypasses the brain…comes
from the center of you…it IS you…unfiltered.” c
"Never regret," Elenor Hibbert said. "If it's good, it's wonderful. If it's bad, it's experience."
(Yoshi 'n Doug)
(Bottom four not dead yet.)
came up with two concepts that are commonplace to us today: one is
"subjectivity," the idea that we all perceive the world — and "truth" —
differently; and the other is the "leap of faith," that faith is not
possible without doubt. “One must doubt the existence of God to have
faith in the existence of God. Belief without doubt is just credulity.”
Novelist and essayist David Foster Wallace
said: "Postmodern irony and cynicism's become an end in itself, a
measure of hip sophistication and literary savvy. Few artists dare to
try to talk about ways of working toward redeeming what's wrong,
because they'll look sentimental and naive to all the weary ironists.
Irony's gone from liberating to enslaving.”
Ben Okri author of, The Famished Road
(1991), incorporates African myth and folklore, which has been labeled
magical realism. Okri disagrees: "I grew up in a tradition where there
are simply more dimensions to reality: legends and myths and ancestors
and spirits and death. You can't use Jane Austen to speak about African
reality. Which brings the question: what is reality? Everyone's reality
"Be yourself; everyone else is taken."
(*Actually it was Oscar Wilde)
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Spirit Earth Path
66 Snowy Owl
Stanley, NM 87056
(505) 281 4824
cell: 505 331 1654/1740
Raven's Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
9 AM, May 18th, 2017.
are every age you've ever been." Mr. Rodgers
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Director: Da Wiz
We aren't the busiest site on the
map so I've given up on the "counter" thing.
The Prosapio Motto:
Non ti Arrende!
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