- I Forgive You, For Everything
It started with the young man working in the post office who, when I asked him how he was, looked up at me with bright eyes and said, “I”m evolving.” And how I cocked my head and wondered if he were speaking to me directly, like some bodhisattva planted in ...
- Suzy Gets Her Game Back
My 84-year-old mother, Suzy, is getting a basketball hoop put in her driveway. Not for the grandkids, not for her neighbors, but for herself.
She came to this decision in therapy last week when she figured out why she’d been so blue this past year.
“I need to find my spirit,” she ...
- Inventing New Weather
“Life in the liminal state asks us to carry a heavier mental load,” Dhruv Khullar, from an article in The New Yorker, August 22, 2021.
We’re Inventing New Weather.
That’s what my friend Nan said to me the other day. “We’re inventing new weather,” she said, as she made her way from ...