Tag Archives: liminality

Or, why I need three different pairs of spectacles and simply trifocals won’t do

As my writing out of my thinking progresses, I am coming up against the natural barrier of things I do not want to unpack on the blog. On one hand, this is a good thing because it informs me my blog is serving the function it used to serve back in the day. On the […]

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Limnos, and reflections on a life lived “dancing in between”

From the Greek limnos, meaning “threshold,” liminality describes an in-between time when what was, is no longer, and what will be, is not yet. It is a time rich with ambiguity, uncertainty, and the possibility of creative fomentation.  And what particular advantages does living in liminality offer? ~ quoted in Perspective, May 2005 Ever since […]

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“Where was my today?” Exploring the words of time’s horizon

Have I spent the last 15 years like the White Rabbit in Alice’s Wonderland, forever late to the Mad Hatter’s tea party? “All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given us.” ~ J.R.R. Tolkein This is what it felt like when I reached the end of my previous […]

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