Tag Archives: Changes

The Roastery at Innisfree: Ch…ch…ch…changes…

The good kind of changes. This August, it will be five years since my wife, Keba, and I moved back to Innisfree on the Stillwater and I restarted my coffee roasting business. Since then, we’ve changed and grown, and now is time for the next change: Starting today, I am changing my business name to […] Continue reading

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Farming: MENF 2011: We’re all really dirt farmers

Whether we all like it or not, we’re all dirt farmers. You don’t think so? Well, consider this the next time you’re sitting on the pot: you’re finishing the process whereby your body turns the food you have eaten into energy, nutrients, and dirt from which more food can be grown, even if we don’t […] Continue reading

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The theology of climate science inerrancy

A fundamental part of the debate over the nature of global climate change is the notion that scientists–because they are educated, because they have done research, and because they consulted with each other–have produced an understanding about the impact of … Continue reading

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NaNoWriMo Day 3

5,256 words seems like failure after two productive days, but they really represent discovering a hole in my plot development, adding a character, and retooling what I’ve written so far to accommodate the change. Not bad for three days in, … Continue reading

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Stand in the place where you are

The 2008 presidential election cycle was one of the most important events in my philosophical and political life. It was sometime during that cycle that I realized that my entire philosophical and political focus for the past two decades of my life has been wrong. […] Continue reading

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