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Playing in the Dark

“Think of magic as a tree. The root of supernatural ability is simply the realization that all time exists simultaneously. Humans experience time as a progression of sequential events in much the same way we see the horizon as...

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A Contemplative Celebration of Place

“To come here is to travel into a past that still intrudes the present.”–an excerpt from A Walk With the Rainy Sisters: In Praise of British Columbia’s Places, by Stephen HumeOur environment says much to those who will...

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Birdie – Tracey Lindberg

“Maybe she didn’t cry because tears were a currency in her life for so long that holding them back meant she was richer.” Birdie is an experience. Here the written word weaves between oral and written history, dreamtime and...

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