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The 35 Year Wound

The 35 Year Wound

Dedicated to anyone navigating the lasting effects of trauma  There’s one morning that lives vividly in perpetuity within my mind.  It’s an invigorating summer morning at the onset of a hot, sticky day that I predict will lead to the cool relief of a city pool in the...
Why I Walked 30 Miles During a Pandemic

Why I Walked 30 Miles During a Pandemic

Since we live in radical times, I’m going to suggest you set a radical goal for yourself. If you want to run a 5K, set your sights on a half-marathon. Instead of learning chopsticks, commit to Chopin. Skip the boxed muffins and mill your own wheat for an artisan loaf....
Don’t Worry, To-Do This . . .

Don’t Worry, To-Do This . . .

In case the title didn’t give it away, this blog is about keeping a to-do list, but for a reason you might not suspect: as an effective antidote for worry.  And, hey, let’s face it, in 2020 we can use all the antidotes we can get!  So, bear with me here, as...
Decision 2020: To Love or To Hate

Decision 2020: To Love or To Hate

For friendship and love to be anything close to unconditional, it simply can’t be predicated on a shared view of politics or religion,or movies, music, fashion, comediansor sports teamsfor that matter.  All you Democrats who hate the guts of the Republicans...
Spring Will Come.

Spring Will Come.

“Nothing worth having comes easy.” ~Theodore Roosevelt On occasion, we may tell ourselves that the problems we are currently facing are permanent and unending.  This would be like a seed saying, “I’m a seed.  Anyone can look at me at me and see that. ...