The Renewal Pages
Living Close to the Earth includes Stretching Toward Radiant Health; Working Close to Home; Tending Projects and Attitudes; and Embracing the Earth.
A New Kind of Family includes The Underlying Assumptions; Five Core Social Skills; and A Social Covenant.
A Transformational Journey includes The Soul Is Not Human; The Four Cairns; and A Prayer Bead Necklace.
Early Letters From Light Morning
Early Letters: 1 includes December 1974; January 1975.
Early Letters: 2 includes February 1975; March 1975.
Early Letters: 3 includes April 1975; May 1975.
The School of the Spirit
School of the Spirit: 1 includes Prologue; A Quaker Retreat; Rescue 8;
and Light Morning.
School of the Spirit: 2 includes Wax Statues; The Vipassana Experience;
A Personal God; and Testing the Water.
Two Roads: 1 includes Two Grandparents; The Lansdowne Draft Board; Arden Rendezvous; Tongues of Fire; and The Second Coming.
Two Roads: 2 includes Two Insights; Two Roads Diverging; The Illusion of Agency.
Medicine Wheels for Story Orphans: 1 includes Prologue; An Awakening in Manila; A Story-Woven World; The Perilous Loss of Story
Strong Medicine Dreams tells how Joyce and I ventured into the numinous world
of dreams; and draws a distinction between regular dreams and dreams that are strongly medicinal.
The Advocate A strong medicine dream that includes My Father; Flood Waters Rising; The Burning Tower; Choosing a Crew; Under the Shadow of Thy Wings; and Amplifying the Dream.
A Bioregional Seminar
A Bioregional Seminar: 1 An introduction, plus the first two letters I wrote as part of a bioregional seminar with Thomas Berry after participating in the second North American Bioregional Congress.
A Bioregional Seminar: 2 The final three letters I wrote as part of a bioregional seminar with Thomas Berry after participating in the second North American Bioregional Congress.
Who’s Douglas?: 1 includes Prologue; Good Friday; Standing Up To the Drill Instructor; and Dreaming of Transdyne.
Who’s Douglas?: 2 includes The Bookworm and the Symposium; Finding ALM; and The Tuesday Night Group.
Who’s Douglas?: 3 includes Seeding Wax Statues; Intercepting a Punch; and A Thousand Thursday Afternoons.
Who’s Douglas?: 4 includes An Escalating Sense of Urgency; The Dream Is Dead; Don’t Screen Him Out; and Epilogue.
The ALM Work Readings
Associations of the Light Morning includes Prologue; Setting the Stage; Elucidating a Name.
What’s In a Name includes Names Given and Taken; Subcultures and Dialects; and Starting Blocks.
Spring 2020 Photos taken at Light Morning during this season.
Summer 2020 Photos taken at Light Morning during this season.