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    Higher Living Reflections

    What’s in a Name?

    “That which we call a rose,” Juliet surmises, “By any other name would smell as sweet.”. Well, maybe not. One suspects Juliet might be less smitten if her paramour’s name were Clyde. But in fairness to our star-struck lass, she’s referring to Romeo’s surname—Montague, her family’s (Capulet) mortal enemy—not his first name. Names. We have several. Formal names, middle names, nicknames, derogatory names we’re called. Legally, I am Gerald Anthony. I never cared for either. I still wonder, “What were…

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    Masks We Wear

    The Fool, Trickster, and Shapeshifter archetypes run through many if not all mythologies. Loki in the Norse tradition could change his sex and shape. In Greece, Hermes was a master of…