Reflections (in prose and poetry) on the present times, and on death, by Priya.
“What I can tell you for sure, among the many things I cannot tell you is that I will dance more in my remaining years, will continue to find the joy in the ordinary,” writes Priya.
An item crossed off on Priya’s bucket list: a journey to the Sahara; “I suspect that sometimes just doing something that is compelling becomes as important as the thing you were actually drawn to do.”
Priya can relate to what a friend told her in regard to ecology. He had said, “I used to worry for my grandchildren, now I worry for us too.”
Priya writes: “It’s the season for contemplations of what really matters. I was surprised by what arose as I sat with pen and open notebook.”
A seasonal contemplation with a poem by Priya Huffman: “There appears to be a natural ebb and flow between the active and the passive elements that have to be negotiated and respected in every creative project…”
Thoughts for a midsummer’s day – and a poem – by Priya Huffman; “I’d say we do both, dance to celebrate that we are still here to enjoy yet another midsummer, and prepare for the winter yet to come, and to support the ones who are doing the actual work of transformation that is needed for the viable future of our planet…”
Priya Huffman on the vulnerability of people who have just moved to a new city, of migrants and refugees.