‘Mischievous Peeps‘ started as a simple way for Kendra Crossen and me to collectively refer to ourselves on our various web endeavors. The ‘mischievous peeps’ is a reference to the Mischievous Chicken story in Bhau Kalchuri’s book, The Nothing and the Everything. We are the mischievous chicklets of the MC who is Meher Baba, or the Avatar. I certainly see ourselves as ‘mischievous’ at times, and the ‘peeps’ came about from that Easter candy thing that just lasts forever.
As time has progressed, we’ve created more and more websites and I (Cheryl) felt the need to get a centralized domain name and on a whim, registered the name, mischievouspeeps.com. Then, what to do with the domain? Every domain needs a website and this is one of the things I do, so voilá! here is the website! And the idea grew into its being a community site where Baba folks can share whatever they have to share. Melinda Abeles from Mariposa has joined in the effort with some of her artwork, including the drawing you see in our header.
Our very first sharing came from Donna Stewart. ‘Living with Meher Baba‘ by Arlene Stearns, who passed away on August 4, 2011, was lovingly prepared by Donna for publication after Arlene’s death according to her wish. It is an honor to be able to post this here for all to read.
Since then, we have posted the following goodies:
- the audio book of Randy Wasserstrom’s Finding God in North Carolina
- Don’t forget to read Arlene’s book!
- “Coming Home,” an illustrated story by Melinda Abeles
Lyrics and recordings of top Baba songs like
- the Gujarati Arti
- the Spanish Arti
- Begin the Beguine (and read the articles: two interpretations of the song, and a piece about the Spanish version of the song)
- Don’t Worry, Be Happy
Under Controversy Corner
- A sample chapter from Steve Sakellarios’ forthcoming book about his personal past-life research
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