Posts with the tag “letting-go”
Letters to Peregrinus #59 - On the Thread & the Web
by Rick Ganz on June 16th, 2021
Dear Peregrinus: I am writing to you from the western edge of the continent, on the Oregon coast, in a hideaway graciously offered me to inhabit for a week by John and Denise, in this week before my 67th birthday. Writing is why I am here, and for long walks in the afternoon through the ocean-saturated air. It is interesting to me the way that we stumble about in Time...
Letters to Peregrinus #48 - On Getting the Right Season
by Rick Ganz on May 13th, 2020
Dear Peregrinus: I am happy to be writing to you on the anniversary of the second of the two days in May of 1373 CE when Julian of Norwich had an extended, profound experience of God, the sixteenth “shewing” to complete the fifteen “shewings” given her on the previous day. I know of no greater Theologian than Julian, and, interestingly, the publication of her Shewings is the first book by a woman ever published in English...
Letters to Peregrinus #5 - On the Testing of a Married RelationshipLetters to Peregrinus #6 - About Books on Witchcraft in the LibraryLetters to Peregrinus #7 - On a Puzzling Word in a Famous PrayerLetters to Peregrinus #8 - On Questions Asked by a Fifteen-Year OldLetters to Peregrinus #9 – On Receiving a grace Profoundly