News flash



Climate Change & Climate Science
Diane Shisk &
Janet Kabue
January 20 & 21


In this session, I am overwhelmed,

And my life seems out of control.

My counselor hones in on the feeling

Until I remember a recurring dream

Of falling from a great height.

In these dreams, I never make a sound.

But now I let myself scream,

Remembering the landscape far beneath me

And my feet touching nothing but air.

At last, the words of the writer Neil Gaiman come to me. 

He said that when you dream of falling,

Sometimes you wake up as you fall,

Sometimes you wake on impact,

And sometimes 

You discover you can fly.

Peter Gruenbaum

Seattle, Washington, USA

(Present Time 182, January 2016)

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