Monthly Archives: November 2016

Nov 7 – leaves & sky & sun = spectacular weekend

Monday, November 7  –  “not for grandeur,  nor from fear” Pretty much everyone I know around here is slamming work these days, like the heavy equipment pushing and growling as skilled workers build the College of Health Profession’s new wing. … Continue reading

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I wanted to tell

I want to thank Fr. Staudenmaier for the invitation to guest edit “A Work Day in Hard Times.” As I mentioned earlier this week, my aim has been to explore what poetry might provide us in times of great uncertainty … Continue reading

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and for a moment I understood

In describing what happens when we read literature, health humanities scholar Rita Charon uses the metaphor of a clearing. A story or poem, she proffers, provides a space we and others can enter, in which “any one in any place … Continue reading

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