1. If you could travel to any historical time period, which would it be, and why?
Hmm, I just heard a thing about this on npr that reminded me that really, if I'm going to be traveling back in time my choices are somewhat limited due to my reliance on modern plumbing, medicine and methods of transportation.
2. What futuristic/science fiction development would you most like to see?
I will go with my first one, which is teleportation, although in reality irradication (that's coming up on my spell check, but I cant figure out the correct spelling - do you know what I mean, though?) of disease is probably what I would really like.
3. Which do you enjoy more: remembering the past, or dreaming for the future?
I'll take either, just dont make me loiter in the present. (ok, ok, I'm working on it...)
4. What do you find most memorable about this year's Lent?
The spring in Portland is remarkable. I hope I will remember my wonder in it for a long time. Notice this does not have to do with any deeply spiritual insights. That is for a reason.
5. How will you spend your time during this upcoming Holy Week? What part do you look forward to most?
Ever since I was arrested on Good Friday some time ago during a prayerful protest, I've always really found that day to be a big one for me. This year I'll go on a neighborhood stations of the cross thing that I'm not helping organize or lead at all, and then in the evening we'll have a labyrinth walk at the church, using a borrowed canvas labyrinth. I'm looking forward to both those things.