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June 01, 2005


Russell Smith

Scott, great stuff. This ties in with some thoughts I've been working out on my blog about art -- and how it points us to that which it is beyond ourselves.

I'm also reminded of David Brooks' book Bobos in Paradise -- capturing in many ways the ethos of the "relos".


I spend a lot of time thinking about what I long for, and mostly what I come up with is just a longing for community and for intentional and intimate relationship with others.

It's hard to find true friends.

Of course, I think part of my hardship is that I'd probably fit into this "relo" category - even though I'm certainly not chasing after wealth or goods, I have lived in 4 different cities since the start of 2000. Perhaps I'd find what I'm longing for if I just sat still for a bit.

The Cubicle Reverend

What the hell is the american dream anyway? After having spent most of my life chasing it all it made me wonder is whether it was worth it or not.

Good site

This blog is really cool! How can I make one like this.

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