Many people are still unfamiliar with the animal. It looks like a big fox or a small wolf, with a slightly different colour palette. A species that normally only lives in South-Eastern Europe, but is exploring new countries rapidly. Another wild animal to which people have to get used. We are talking of course about […]
Daisy Erma Paulsen Tappan Middle Fork Salmon River, Yellow Pine, Challis Idaho March 5, 1908 – April 24, 1984 caption: Daisy prepares to resume splitting kindling at her ranch in the Pahsimeroi Valley, Idaho in 1980. Photograph c. Molly O’Leary 1980 Daisy was born in Prineville, Oregon, to Alex and Fannie Watson Paulsen. Her family […]
By Walker Orenstein, MinnPost The last time the federal government defended endangered species protections for a wreath in Minnesota, recreational wastes by the state were partially aimed at killing the population. The open seasons between 2012 and 2014 were controversial, but supported by Democratic and Republican leaders, including DFL Gov. Mark Dayton. Now, as the […]
The real reason behind the total ban on abortion in Alabama and other backward misogynist shithole legislatures states, or so political strategists on both sides of the aisle tell us, is to set up a challenge in SCOTUS for Roe v. Wade. State legislators know their draconian laws will be struck down by state judges […]
In this article, I want to pull back the veil and give us a glimpse of the spiritual reality that is occurring in the world today. I can assure you of this: the spiritual battle that is raging now is no less intense than when those chariots of fire rallied around the prophet of God against the Syrian army. The New Testament contains vivid imagery of warfare (Ephesians 6:10-20, 1 Timothy 1:18). This imagery points us to the spiritual reality of a great warfare between Christ and Satan. One text in particular shows us the reality of spiritual warfare: 1 John 4:1-6.
~ ` Two Wolves – A Cherokee Parable An old Cherokee chief was teaching his grandson about life… “A fight is going on inside me,” he said to the boy. “It is a terrible fight and it is between two wolves. “One is evil – he is anger, envy, sorrow, regret, greed, arrogance, self-pity, guilt, […]
c1894 Hunting Bird Dog Chasing Rabbit Endeavors to restore urban forests have opened my eyes to Earth’s ultimatum of the day – domesticated or wild– as shown in this case, domesticated dogs vs wildlife. Urban natural spaces are mostly seen as places for dogs to be wild and free. But focusing on the true wild […]
This post came about because of two specific turns. First, this past April (just last month), I finally seized–reveled in–the opportunity to see Barry Lyndon, Stanley Kubrick’s fabulous re-imagining of William Makepeace Thackeray’s The Luck of Barry Lyndon, in a theatre on a big screen: a 20th century re-imagining of a 19th century novel written […]
The statement “I’m from St Helens” is a frequent conversation killer, met with sympathetic smiles (grimaces) or, from the geographically unaware, bewilderment in equal measure. The once thriving industrial hub is now down on its luck and the town’s rare media appearances are predominantly negative. In September 2018, St Helens was crowned the suicide capital […]
Before too long the summer issue of The High Window will be published in two instalments across the month of June. Its various sections have been ‘in the can’ for some time now, so I have decided to publish the following conversation between Helen Ivory and William Bedford as a supplementary post. This means that […]
Ive been getting asked often enough that what is The North American Wildlife Conservation Model? So I thought I’d Share this: The model for North American Conservation is the only one of its kind in the world. In the mid-1800’s hunters and anglers realized they needed to set limits in order to protect rapidly disappearing […]
Vernon’s god is an enigma, hidden and difficult to approach, and Vernon’s own persona is frequently out of reach even to himself. Both god in himself and man in himself are shrouded in mystery and obscured by experience, unknowable except through mediation and association.
The spring is in the air, and with the new season an updated selection of Netflix comes on display that they want to turn the same old boots into more diverse and different stories. From the Riverdale (the adaptation of Archie Comics from the 1950s now in his third season) to Adventures of Chilling de […]