Balance In The Time of Pandemic
I look back at March of this year 2020 and it seems that time stopped and, yet, didn’t. So much has been altered. Our hearts are full to breaking with both coronavirus and longstanding issues over race. At many points I have felt overwhelmed, how about you? It is more than natural to feel out…Read More
Hope in a Time of Pain and Pandemic
We have been operating in a house of pandemic since March with, first, my daughter Shira returning from Boston University and her spring break with Covid-19 (over and done with in two weeks) followed by my wife, Bonnie’s, getting it for the next 10 weeks! I, somehow, have avoided it which puzzles me. And now,…Read More
My brother, loss, and discovered light
It’s long overdue I get back on here and talk to all of you about what is vibrating in my heart. My brother, Mark, passed away nearly three months ago after years of dealing with leukemia and other maladies that challenged his once athletic body. Mark was an older brother you looked up to when,…Read More
On The Road-Summer 2019-Irish roots!
Sometimes you need to go away to understand the meaning of home. I am writing from Dingle one of the most beautiful parts of a country that, in many ways, feels like home. My great, great grandmother, Harriet Cleary, came from this land poets, peet, and pints of Guinness. The family story goes that she…Read More