Tag Archives: liminality

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

By | March 27, 2021

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… Read More »

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

By | March 21, 2021

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… Read More »