I cannot explain it. You’ll just have to watch.
Claudia and I have been chanting the Siri Gaitri together each day for several weeks now. Today we took to Facebook Live to share the mantra.
I took to Facebook in a live session talking about how the Tarot has changed my life, and some tips on how to get started.
Just a couple of old Hippie songs on a Friday Night.
I’ve been feeling drawn to the acoustic guitar again lately, and have also been remembering how good it feels to play and sing for others. Facebook Live offers an opportunity to share the music without dragging a bunch of equipment out to a tavern, being away from my family, or staying up too late past my bedtime. 🙂
I may do some more of these from time to time. It would be nice to figure out how to make it a little more interactive, and get some decent sound and video quality too. But this will do for now.
Live, from the basement bar at Chez When…
Since the election of Donald Trump, bigots in the United States have been emboldened, and racist attacks are on the rise. I’ve been looking for practical steps that we can take to protect our neighbors and friends who may become victims.
This video, produced in the wake of the Brexit vote by the UK Racial Justice Network, is excellent.
I’ll continue to research this subject and share anything of value here in future posts.
If you have resources to share, please comment or shoot me an email.
Apropos of Labor Day, from Billy Bragg.
I enjoyed this video from Democracy Now with historian Peter Linebaugh, author of “The Incomplete, True, Authentic, and Wonderful History of May Day.”
Our family will be in the Haymarket on Sunday for this year’s celebration.
She Drew The Gun plays at the Glastonbury Festival’s 2016 Emerging Talent Competition.
Warm up your Friday a bit.
We bomb them. They bomb us.
Chris Hedges, journalist and senior fellow at The Nation Institute, discusses the Brussels Attacks for The Real News.