An afternoon walking along Mark Creek in Kimberly, B.C. Everything was rusted by a late-autumn season. I gathered the rusted pieces up and taped them onto the page.
One of my earliest notebook entries from 1999 — this takes me back to a golden, late summer day.
Originally published in ascent magazine, issue 40, winter 2008. What is my path toward & away from this earth? In the final installment of the yamas & niyama series, Eileen Delehanty Pearkes examines svadhyaya, self-study.
Originally published inascent magazine, issue 39, autumn 2008. How do we surrender all of our efforts & actions to the divine? Eileen Delehanty Pearkes questions isvara-pranidhanat, in the 9th of a 10-part series exploring the yamas & niyamas…
Originally published in ascent magazine, issue 38, summer 2008. Can a meat-eating person practise non-violence? Eileen Delehanty Pearkes looks at ahimsa, in the 8th of a 10-part series exploring the yamas & niyamas.
Originally published in ascent magazine, issue 37, spring 2008. As an ecological epidemic sweeps through the mountains of British Columbia, is anyone speaking the truth? Eileen Delehanty Pearkes listens to the trees in the 7th of a 10-part series exploring the yamas & niyamas.