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Esteemed Reader: What is Life? | June 2021

Esteemed Reader: What is Life? | June 2021

Publisher Jason Sterns contemplates the unanswerable question: What is life?

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Esteemed Reader: The Pen is Mightier than the Sword | May 2021

In trying to explain the world of publishing to a group of

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Esteemed Reader | April 2021

The Awesome Mystery Of Nature
Publisher Jason Stern muses about the humbling power of Mother Nature and the need for humanity to work with and not against her.

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Esteemed Reader: Impartiality Through Presence | March 2021

Words can distract from the thing they represent. Publisher Jason Stern finds that under the stress of oppressive conditions we can become really present, and, in presence, we can be impartial.

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Esteemed Reader: Death, the Eternal Companion | February 2021

Jason Stern ponders his death from the quiet of a cave in the Sierra Madre.

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Esteemed Reader: The Light Within the Light | January 2021

At the darkest time of year, publisher Jason Stern seeks the light within the light.

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Esteemed Reader: Stone and Flesh | December 2020

Publisher Jason Stern talks about climbing and the Shawangunk Ridge and what it has meant to him throughout his life.

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Esteemed Reader | November 2020

From Yielding Comes Acceptance
Publisher Jason Stern talks about noticing quick reactions that takes one out of the moment, and how to yield to where he is to be able to face the moment with love.

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Esteemed Reader: Taking Back the Reins of Our Attention | October 2020

Publisher Jason Stern talks about creating the future through attention and imagination.

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Esteemed Reader | September 2020

An Excerpt from "The Conspiracy Myth" By Charles Eisenstein
Publisher Jason Stern shares an excerpt from “The Conspiracy Myth,” by Charles Eisenstein and relates it to today's political and Covid-19 culture.

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Esteemed Reader | August 2020

Living in the Long Now
Publisher Jason Stern questions people's capability to look beyond themselves, long after they've died or within the scope of the world.

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Esteemed Reader | July 2020

History's Peaks and Troughs
Publisher Jason Stern tries to stay alert and aware as in meditation, during these trying times.

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Esteemed Reader | June 2020

Reconciling the Heaven and the Horror
Publisher Jason Stern struggles with the duality of our circumstances; life and nature springing up while a pandemic is keeping us in.

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Esteemed Reader | May 2020

Publisher Jason Stern looks at the definitions of 'quarantine' and compares their meaning to our current situation.

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Esteemed Reader | April 2020

Publisher Jason Stern talks about the ever-changing roles we play in life and as the seasons shift bringing with them new possibilities, so will the current health crisis we face.

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Esteemed Reader | March 2020

Publisher Jason Stern ponders upon the similarities between fireflies and the trajectory of our paths.

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