Issue 91 | The Sun Magazine

June 1983

Readers Write

Parents, Now And Then

A bowl of faded rose petals, a wooden extension ladder, a photograph

By Our Readers


After silence that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible is music.

Aldous Huxley

The Sun Interview

Living Within The Question

An Interview With Reshad Feild

I was privileged to spend some time with Krishnamurti, and when we first met he said to me, “You know, a thought-form never dies.” That was a very important statement. But a thought-form can be redeemed.

By Howard Jay Rubin
Essays, Memoirs, & True Stories

The Rising Sun Neighborhood Newsletter

I think we should have international coming out day where we gather our assorted courage and tell a few friends or the world The Awful Thing and find out — they already knew and didn’t care, they didn’t know and can’t see what the problem is, they’re shocked but get over it and are bigger in a while . . . or, or, or it’s awful to them too and we lose a friend.

By Anne Herbert
Essays, Memoirs, & True Stories

The Cripple Liberation Front Marching Band Blues

(Part II)

Paradise. Paradise of Meriwether County, Georgia. Warm Springs. Two support personnel for each patient. Campus of the gods. Food of humans — prepared to be eaten at civilized times.

By Lorenzo Milam

To Know We Are Loved

An Excerpt From Reshad Feild’s The Invisible Way

The frustration was intense. It was a sense of pain, a yearning to know something that could change my life and perhaps the lives of those around me. I felt irritated with myself. Why couldn’t I find the words to express the longing?

By Reshad Feild