Moral Beauty and Reframing AWTT
It’s interesting how a simple well-put phrase can open our understanding, become a key to unlock a room of thoughts and feelings we didn’t even
Eating an Apple on Earth Day, April 22, 2023
Before taking my border collie Chummi for a walk in the woods here in Maine in the waning, gentle afternoon light on Earth Day, I
Reflections on the Life of Rob McCall
Rob McCall died this morning – not unexpectedly. He had been failing for some time. His passing is a great loss to his community in
Sacrifice Zones, Kids & Money
Not too many years ago, if I heard the term “sacrifice zone,” I thought it might refer to an area where rebellious people were executed,
20th Anniversary of the Attack on Iraq
Artist Robert Shetterly reflects on why we choose to ignore our country’s war crimes, including the 2003 attack on Iraq.
Truth & Vengeance
In the late 1960s, when I was a college student, I went to a teach-in at the Brattle Theater just off Harvard Square. It was
Dorothy, Samantha, Claudette, Barbara and Jaysa on the Yellow Brick Road
One of the great adventures in literature and myth is that of the Hero’s Journey. A person – in fairy tales it’s often a young
Children as Teachers
Artist Robert Shetterly reflects on what he learned from the Dr. Weeks Elementary School in Syracuse.
Thoughts after the Symphony
AWTT Education Director Connie Carter relates a recent AWTT book signing event to he afternoon at the symphony.