Wow - 45 years have flown past. I imagine it feels that way for most of us. I know 65 sure doesn’t sound as old when you are 62 as it did when I was 18.
As some of you would have guessed in HS, Kathy and I did get married, and after 41 years, surprisingly, she hasn’t killed my yet! (That is more a comment about me than a comment about her cooking.) We have bounced around the country; 5 years in Chicago, 12 in Greenville, SC, 5 in San Antonio, 10 in Dallas, and now 7 in Denver. Along the way we had 2 daughters and 3 grandchildren who live in Tucson and Portland (OR).
We won’t go into further detail here…we need to leave something to talk about at the reunion.
Have you ever gazed into your mind and found there; The world below the world of seeing, which is above the world of existence
Their motions move me to shut my mind to ignore the imidations to deny their direction. Drawing into myself to hear a symphony of silence
Energy rampages through my mind shouting exultantly of motility, I am hurled upward grasping for air and return to earth, vacated.
wúwéi is about effortless action, although the lilteral translation is non-action. Realize who you are and let go. Be yourself.
Hi MHS Class of 70,
It's been a long time since I sent out a newsletter. Too much has happened during the past half year to give a full account of what's transpired. This update will be just a short snapshot of some of the highlights of my ongoing adventure. I've tried to strike a balance with 1) background info on what I'm doing 2) how I'm growing and what I'm learning 3) Peace Corps information 4) Chinese culture.
It's a place to write a message. Got a story to tell? Here's a place to do it. Can't make the reunion but have something to share with your classmates? Do it here. We welcome anyone who wants to contribute. To do so you will need to be a registered user on this site and you will need the correct level of access.