This can be a bitter pill to swallow about tragedies and loss, but that does not take away from its wisdom. Or its truth. It's something to think about. What does it signify about the meaning of life? When we look at tragedies, we view them from our earth-bound spirit, which often lacks the . . .
I met Laura when we worked together in Tampa years ago, so I've known her more than a decade I remember when she and Henry decided to get married and I loved their very fun wedding. Here's a random fact about us: She is such a proficient home cook that I asked her to cook dinner for us after . . .
Life is full of losses. Think about this: eventually, everything we love will be lost to us. The carefree days of our youth. Our pets. Our parents and loved ones. Our independence. And more. I know what you're going to say--it's depressing! don't remind me! Well, I have a different view. . . .
This is a tough time of year for many people, especially those who felt left out of the holiday celebration, maybe because of depression, or family problems or something else. When you feel left out, it doesn't much matter why. Or what time of year. But this time of year can be the hardest. The . . .
From a moving play about the half life of love I saw in San Francisco last month. Who hasn't had a love affair that burned white hot for a period of time, only for it to be extinguished for...whatever reason...? I thought so. If you ever run across Bright Half Life by Tanya Barfield on a marquee, . . .
Is it me, or is there a pall hanging in the air right now? I'm looking for something good, but I don't see anything but sadness. ~a friend When he asked me that question, a rhetorical one, really, I could relate. A dear friend was in the hospital. Someone heading up a project for me had to resign . . .
Sometimes people leave you halfway through the wood. Do not let it grieve you, No one leaves for good. You are not alone. No one is alone. The stage version of the Sondheim musical, Into the Woods, was such a strange three hours--dark and uplifting all at once, with some of . . .