Home, the metaphor and global warming. What message, found?

Walking around meditations of world-warming, place, home. And where the heart is, shall be…

I can relate to this.

And I can pretty much relate to everything that Mary Oliver offers. I’ve compressed it so:

I have ever learned
back to this
live in this world
be able
love what is mortal
hold it
life depends on it
time comes to
let it go.

I’d hold that poem there, against my bones, knowing
then, time comes to, and let it go.

wishing well | friend > TSG

The work, originally:

Every year
I have ever learned
in my lifetime
leads back to this: the fires
and the black river of loss
whose other side
is salvation,
whose meaning
none of us will ever know.

To live in this world
you must be able
to do three things:
to love what is mortal;
to hold it
against your bones knowing
your own life depends on it;
and, when the time comes to let it go,
to let it go.

On 4/18/07, Tim Girvin

There is no home without a place.
I’m liking the thinking around this space….And the illustrations are surely going to be beautiful, poignant, powerful. Dugald Stermer is awesome…Know him, love his work…

I have been playing around with Hope born of sisters danger and possibility.

Possibly just a title that says ‘There’s no place like home”


Home + Heart + Hope

Your hope is your home.

Home is hope.

Home + Hope

Your home + your hope

Hope now : Home tomorrow

Home is where the Heart is.

Putting your heart to home…

Something that implies the recognition of action. But with a positive spin — there, doing this, making this real for your audiences.