Monday, March 16, 2009

Podcast Open Valley 08 - Reading: Wordsworth’s 'November 1'

In this Open Valley, I read William Wordsworth’s sonnet entitled “November 1.” This Open Valley is a Reading, something I haven’t done before, meaning I’m just going to read and not add a lot of commentary. Now this poem reminded me of something I wrote years ago, and so I’m going to read that as well. I don’t share, very often, things that I’ve written, but the subjects of both of these writings are very similar.

15 Comments:

At 11/10/2009 2:02 PM, Blogger Confabulated said...

Where have you gone? I absolutely love the honest sanguinity of this homebound prose.

 
At 11/28/2009 2:46 PM, Blogger Nature's Lead said...

Hello. I'm still here. Yes, I haven't posted in a while... my apologies. I need to regain the spark of motivation I need for this. My time has been consumed with career transition, but I definitely would like to get back to NaturesLead. If I hear from more people, I think that will be the spark I need. It's very difficult to tell how many people are following. I track the subscription numbers and iTunes had me on their first page of philosophy back when I was producing more regularly.

But thank you very much for the vote of confidence... it helps to hear people want me to continue.

 
At 12/06/2009 8:34 AM, Blogger dawberdee said...

I hope you decide to continue this wonderful thoughtful podcast. It is one of my all time favorites! It gave me cause to slow down and ponder, and to take me away from the daily grind. You are very much appreciated by me. Take good care, whatever your decision.

 
At 12/22/2009 11:17 PM, Blogger Nature's Lead said...

Thank you, dawberdee! It's very kind of you to take time to post a message to me. This is definitely encouraging me to get back on the horse, so to speak.

And I'm very happy to hear you like the podcast.

So thank you very much!

 
At 1/17/2010 12:29 AM, Blogger Confabulated said...

I agree. This is a light to my daily routine. The messages are so gentle and endearing that they revive my sense of place and value as a human being.
Regardless of your personal decision to continue or not I am inspired to recall the light you have left behind and venture into that place of solemnity. Thank you.

 
At 1/29/2010 10:07 PM, Blogger Peter said...

I only recently came across your podcasts. I really enjoyed them and hope you "regain the spark"!

You may be interested in these brief snippets about Wordsworth and de Quincey.

http://north-country-ramblings.blogspot.com/search/label/pioneers

All the best and thanks again for the interesting podcasts.

 
At 3/02/2010 2:26 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey natureslead! are u there? no latest uploads .. i enjoy listening your views of life . if u happen to have a facebook a/c please inform, i wish to add u as a friend

this is khan from Japan!

 
At 3/03/2010 4:26 PM, Blogger Nature's Lead said...

Thank you Khan, and to the rest of you. I definitely will post something again in the next couple of weeks. Thank you so much for the encouragement. I think that's the first time I heard from someone in Japan!

 
At 8/06/2010 10:02 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just putting my voice in with the others to say I hope you come back!
I haven't checked this page in a looong time; I was really hoping that you had picked back up.

jag

 
At 3/12/2011 2:04 AM, Blogger maphaskhan said...

Hi there Natures Lead! This is khan again from Japan. how are you there? I was managing my bookmarks today and happened to find your link here and it s been a quite long time rite. I am really disappointed about the fact that you have not showed up lately. I assume your hands are full with other important stuffs. It s alright. I hope u come back with high spirits
below is my facebook link
http://www.facebook.com/mafaskhan

if you interested to keep in touch please add me.

Peace be with you

 
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