The Goal Now Has to Be to Listen: An Interview with Barry Lopez
Barry Lopez is one of the world’s foremost thinkers and writers about human beings and their place on this planet. Few writers have thought more deeply about that relationship or have written more powerfully and eloquently about it. . . .
When the bomb goes off Leo is thinking of dogs. In particular: how he doesn’t like them.
It’s something about their eyes, which blink with an odd depth of understanding that appears almost human to him. . . .
My father loved every kind of machinery,
relished bearings, splines, windings, and cogs,
loved the tolerances between moving parts
and the parts that moved the parts, . . .
Questions Directed Toward the Idea of Mary
Was it the voice you feared, or its shadow?
Did you long for His touch or was suffering enough for you
to know He was there? . . .