“The Next Time We Saw Paris” by Samuel Hazo is a poetry collection filled with wisdom, understanding, and the directness of experience.
Through a poignant story about learning to knit, Callie Feyen reflects on beginnings, endings, and reminders of mortality.
Like the butterfly, sometimes we can’t stop who we’re becoming. At those times, says Callie Feyen, all there is left to do is spread our wings and fly.
To find the wisdom of ‘The Little Prince,’ author Megan Willome says don’t look directly at the story or it will blind you, like sun on desert sand. And don’t be a grownup.
Where can we learn wisdom? L.L. Barkat finds it in the car and on the sea, while listening to her daughter read an amazing story of one man’s terrifying fall into the waters of the Atlantic.
Start a new ritual! Join us on a new reading journey as we read wisdom to each other with poet William Stafford as our guide and declarer.