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Monthly Archives: April 2011
In the process of this latest work, I came across this speech made by the Indonesian ambassador at the Heritage Foundation. What makes this interesting is that this man is a visionary, and incredibly sharp, so it’s just a pleasure. … Continue reading
I traveled in Europe and Central Europe visiting, studying and staying in monasteries. Not Christian, I knew one thing I would never get to be was a Czech monk, so it was a clear route to expanding experience. After years … Continue reading
This month my doves and I are the featured profile of “Balance,” one of the Bozeman Daily Chronicle’s monthly magazines. It was great fun! Things we don’t know about the people around us — now you know.