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When something meaningful and perhaps even revelatory happens without any apparent cause, we call that a coincidence.  Afterward, we’ll say it came “out of the blue,” meaning out of the depths. For every coincidence we recognize, there are a million we don’t. Everything belongs.


Tell a guy that his ontology includes an unexplored feminine aspect. Watch his eyes roll. Women know the look. It’s bad patrimony, is all. The mythopoetic traditions, including Christianity (see Proverbs 8), describe wisdom, Philo-Sophia, as a feminine faculty, as the sublimity of space.


The world’s oldest living tree resides at 10,000 feet above sea level at an undisclosed location in Inyo National Park. Because the word “tree” seems like such a diminishment, it’s called Methuselah. Scientists estimate it germinated some 3000 years before the birth of Christ.