I wished to live deliberately, to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came to die, discover that I had not lived.”~Henry David Thoreau~
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Tonight, I bid you adieu, 2020. But I will not forget. Like a Gatsby party full of bacchanalian romps, too-eager partygoers ushered in this next decade with all the wonderment of a new era. There was such hope and eagerness for progress, on all fronts—moral, spiritual, ecological, judicial, global, national, and personal. The confetti rainedContinue reading “Love In The Time Of Corona: Should Old Acquaintance Be Forgot?”
The title of tonight’s musing certainly sounds like something out of a Lewis Carroll novel, but in the radio silence of my last month without chronicling, I’ve discovered that, what really felt like pivoting, was, in fact, just me trying to go up the down staircase. M.C. Escher had the same idea in her lithograph,Continue reading “Love In The Time Of Corona: Up the Down Staircase”
The day grew shorter today, as we said goodbye to another hour of sunlight to dance in, and hello to the chilly mystery of night. Tonight, as every one before it has come and gone, we began our ritual, one that I look forward to, and will never forget. Every night, like clockwork, we completeContinue reading “Love In The Time Of Corona: Life, In Silhouette”
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