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Thomas Moore commented on Nick Routledge's blog post Raising Paradise
"Nick, I noticed in your second sentence you refer to "digging through Moriarty's oeuvre." Your choice of words might give a hint at how John Moriarty brought his experience of gardening into his work. His words came out of his earthy…"
Jul 21, 2009
Thomas Moore replied to Barque's discussion Thomas Moore's new book is now available
"No, I didn't know the play at all when I wrote Dark Eros. Then I just opened up Sade's books and tried to see through to its poetry. I believed Sade in an essay on fiction when he wrote that his intention was to explore the dark corners of…"
Jun 6, 2009
Thomas Moore replied to Barque's discussion Thomas Moore's new book is now available
"Yesterday I returned from a two-week visit to England, where I taught with my wife at Schumacher College, visited Glastonbury, and then spent most of a week in London. I found many loyal readers on my journey. But the event that knocked me over was…"
May 24, 2009

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I'm just completing my stay in the San Francisco Bay area after speaking at Sonoma State University for the Institute of Imaginal Studies and at a beautiful church in Santa Rosa for Copperfield Bookstore. I also spent a couple of hours recording with Michael and Justine Thoms, old friends who live in Ukiah and run New Dimensions. One more stop is One Taste, an urban retreat center in San Francisco.



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At 5:22pm on November 28, 2009, maureen griffin said…
Thomas, You will be in San Diego in May 2010, and I'm starting to save my pennies.... That is definately my new years resoulution, getting enough money saved to attend your Hay house trip here in may... If not I'll be there in spirit if not in person or by scholorship. That is my ultimate goal. Looking forward to hearing from you or Hay House soon. Sincerely, Maureen Griffin Maureeng@rocketmail.com I am currently attending attending a wonderful program here in San diego in which i attend 9 hours of group therepy a week and was introduced to your work by a wonderfulful therapist who when i told her i found your website and the info on you may visit went immediately and signed up for it... She;s great, and if I don't get to go , at least I know she'll bring me back lots of goo information to enlighten me me from group... thanks for listening. maureen.
At 7:48pm on November 25, 2009, maureen griffin said…
Dear Thomas, thank you for your interest in my opinion... And yes, I believe one book sounds great. My past is so full of emotion that it can's help but become spiritual. I live in San Diego and would love to see you but being on Disability prohibits me financially. I've wrote to you're website and Hay House for a scholarship or a poss. voulunterer possibility. I'm eagarly awaiting a response. I have many ideas and have GROWN tremendously from your books and look forward to future work on my behalf because of yours. My spiritual well being depends on it...I grew up in Buffalo, NY. Irisha Catholic and all. Looking forward to hearing from you. Maureen Griffin.
At 8:55pm on March 5, 2008, Waking said…
I can hardly wait to see & hear you speak at the Foundation for Mythological Studies here in California in April!
See you there...
At 1:40pm on January 17, 2008, Thomas Moore said…
I understand that someone asked about my response to the New Hampshire primaries. I feel good about all the Democratic leaders involved. I feel most in tune with Dennis Kucinich, I like Bill Richardson's experience in resolving conflicts through words, I like Barak Obama's spirit and vision, and I think Hillary Clinton would be a very good leader. I have been disappointed in Senator Clinton's votes on the war and other issues. I know she's compromising for effectiveness, but her record worries me.
I live in a very small town in New Hampshire, and yet my teenage daughter heard Obama and Bill Clinton speak in our town hall, and she has a precious photo with Obama's arm around her. The day after the election the candidates had all disappeared.
I feel strongly about recovering the American vision and hope to come out with a book within the next two years on that theme. I'm thinking of an anthology of quotes by a wide range of people about the meaning of "America." It's depressing to run into anti-Americanism around the globe and know that it has been justified by recent events.
At 12:57am on January 17, 2008, Barque said…
Welcome to the Barque forum, Thomas. I hope you'll drop by occasionally to contribute to the discussions.
 
 
 

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