Health and Wellness

Vitruvian Man: I included this image of Leonardo da Vinci's Vitruvian Man image in a blog entry called New Beginnings. Since my earlier Adrenal Burnout entry had used the Vitruvian Man with a frowny face, I used this as a way of establishing continuity with the previousNow that another year of my life has come and gone, I find myself thinking deep thoughts about life, death, the meaning of it all, and the direction that I”m headed in. The lessons that I’ve learned lately and the thoughts that I’m having lately will lead to some definite changes in the way that I approach social and ecological projects. I’ll have more news on that soon, once I’ve sorted out more of the details. In the meantime, I have a bit to say on the importance of health and wellness in any quest for personal empowerment and/or social transformation.

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Poll: Short Stories

I’m thinking of publishing short stories individually: $1 for PDF with a print/PDF compilation for $10-ish, What do you think? Vote in the Poll

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Spring Equinox 2008

I am pleased to wish you a happy Spring Equinox! At 12:48 AM CDT, the sun crossed directly over the equator. From this point forward, our days will be longer than our nights, and the flowers and buds of Spring

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Sunrise at Woodhenge (Cahokia): Sunrise at Woodhenge (Cahokia, near Collinsville, IL). Photo Copyright © 2005 Elizabeth A. Kassly. is upon us! The days are longer; the snow is melting; the sun is shining; the temperature’s rising; and it looks like the worst of the winter weather has finally broken. As the sun and the warmth return to the land, I find my energy returning. My heart is filled with a new sense of hope, and my goals and visions and plans are returning to the forefront of my attention with a renewed sense of urgency.

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My name is Treesong. I'm a father, author, talk radio host, and Real Life Superhero. I live in Carbondale, Southern Illinois. I write novels, short stories, and poetry, mostly about the climate.

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