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A New Ambivalence — Beer vs. Bread — Page 2

A New Ambivalence

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My Mind as a Dog

by Greg I. Hamilton on August 2, 2012

It might feel like closing your eyes while riding a horse bareback, just listening to the animal beneath you, trusting in some other consciousness, and giving it all time to unfold wherever it might take you. This is something everyone should do sometime in their lives, possibly regularly …


Magpie Identity Crisis

by Greg I. Hamilton on April 4, 2011

Beautiful plumage, the Norwegian Blue

Really, this is the magpie? I could picture such ditch and dumpster divers making a sound like fingernails upchucking on chalkboard. I envision them in the mismatched Technicolor feathers of a fashion disaster. …


Is Reverence Still Relevant?

by Greg I. Hamilton on December 31, 2010

3 generations of scouts

Perhaps sometimes “all who wander are not lost.” I wander and I get lost. I have an awful sense of direction. For my hiking skill award as a young boy scout (I suppose it’s past the statute of limitations to admit this now), I got lost …