As many of you know I struggle with Parkinson’s disease. In the years since my diagnoses so much has changed either because of me or in spite of me… work, moving, kids, meeting new friends and renewing old ones. Never was I one to try and deny my circumstances for it was cathartic just to […]
Gahmuret and the Lady Herzeloyde are the parents of Parzival, who will one day find the Grail and ask the ‘noble question’ of the Fisher King. Upon the death of Gahmuret in battle, Herzeloyde abandons her kingdom, taking her son to a deep wood and raises him under nature’s cathedral in hopes that Parzival will […]
“The right-hand path is living in the context of the mask of one’s village. The left-hand way is of the individual quest. So the mask of the individual’s own life pulls against the mask held up by society”. -Joseph Campbell “As we drive toward the apex of a six-lane span over the St.Johns river, the […]
We enter here, we enter there The road ahead, it never cares There’s a turn for you, a turn for me A turn for all who care to see.
An open door, a quick glance with peripheral eyes A question’s asked, ‘Is there a fish about?’ Be quiet my wanting heart… but it’s too late, it sees its other The mind can’t begin to understand what the heart knows.
Our life is a circle that takes us back home, to the essence of innocence, but with the knowledge that living begets… the eternal search for the Grail. – JC The quest for the meaning of life is that there isn’t meaning; it is the journey, the path, and ultimately the experience of being alive. […]
We enter here we enter there The road ahead, it never cares There’s a turn for you, a turn for me A turn for all who care to see