It’s Super Tuesday, my day to vote. I treat this day with reverence, give space to a process that brings forth differing viewpoints, as compromise requires us to come together to choose a leader who holds the center for whirling points of view.
I’m still going through books to give away. Today I give a last look to A Joseph Campbell Companion, consider my own midlife call to journey, my call to “air out the fairy tale” with which I was raised.
I embrace these words.
A bit of advice
given to a young Native American
at the time of his initiation:
“As you go the way of life,
you will see a great chasm.
It is not as wide as you think.”