|Quidnovi: The Lathe of Heaven---Ursula K. Le Guin|
Category: Personal Development
12 comments3 Apr 2003 @ 17:38 by swan : Francis is up to some monkey
business. You can go to Alana's newslog, push on the monkey's picture and go directly to my log and push on the link that Francis put there and go to his newslog. This weaving might encompass all of NCN and Francis is making a quilt!
Am I the dreamer or the dreamed?
3 Apr 2003 @ 18:15 by quidnovi : "What a tangled web we weave" :-)
3 Apr 2003 @ 18:37 by martha : swan
francis has been doing his weaving for awhile now. Check his previous post and some of those links. LOL
3 Apr 2003 @ 19:07 by swan : Oh oh, have I been asleep
again! There is the dream catcher...you see what a clever guy he is? And I saw Mr. Morris in my newslog again with his twin.
3 Apr 2003 @ 19:48 by shawa : Weaving his own song...
...in his own way. Thanks for pointing out the hidden pathways... ;-)
4 Apr 2003 @ 04:33 by jazzolog : SwanSleep
Speaking of Sleep, Swan, perhaps you know what this story is about? I just saw the film of it that has James Caan playing the dominating, yet doomed, psychiatrist.
4 Apr 2003 @ 04:35 by swan : That is Francis
bringing us the gift of the puzzle, the riddle, the weaving. Follow the path to enlightened wisdom.
4 Apr 2003 @ 04:43 by swan : Jazzolog, it must have been just
a short nap!
I just watch the trailor provided in the link. I watched the "awake" selection. To compensate for all of the naps I have been taking, :-) It looks like an intriguing movie. A dominating psychiatrist, how scary! ( there must be some kind of medication for that :-))
5 Apr 2003 @ 11:48 by quidnovi : Sometimes the current
Is with you, and sometimes against;
Who keeps changing it?
5 Apr 2003 @ 11:59 by martha : and sometimes
some of us want to show that everything is CONNECTED.
6 Apr 2003 @ 13:17 by swan : we all seem to be linked in some
way don't we Martha. You just never know where a link will lead when you click on it.
6 Apr 2003 @ 19:31 by koravya : "Two roads diverged in a yellow wood"
Robert Frost's Road less traveled by.
As we meld the Old with the New
and proceed on the path to our source.
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