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At this time of the year, when day darkens early into night and the nights are long, I always feel like an orphan who belongs to no tribe. A longing for my own place and my own people sweeps over me as if I had neither home nor family, even though I do.
This year as the dreaded Thanksgiving approached I decided to give all that angst its due, rather than banishing the hard emotions with fun and games as I do most years. Choosing to burrow into the shadows and attend closely…Continue
for Kingsley Dennis
Digital technology and I are barely on speaking terms – except when I need it. I do not use a smart phone nor know how to text or twitter. When drivers do these while driving, I am scared out of my wits. I avoid Facebook – except when an assistant posts these pieces for me - because I am so addicted to email I know that Facebook would hook me even worse. I am a woman stretched between worlds and in dismay of what everyone else, including my…Continue
I love my friends! You are so smart and wonderfully varied! Each of you has responded to this challenge about Hitler in your own unique voice, bringing out very different aspects of the truth. I believe everyone is right! The lesson I take from it is that we all have our individual bead on reality and only together can we come to some consensus on the truth. This just may be a description of democracy. (If you haven’t seen the original piece, you can find it on my website…Continue
The Berkeley Fishing Pier on a Sunday afternoon is a sweet scene: sailboats out on the Bay; family groups with buckets and fishing poles along the railings; people strolling in couples and colorful groups, everyone enjoying the sun and the coasting seagulls. Herb and I have been walking this pier since our own children were babes in arms, and now that his progress is slowed down, it’s a great place for us to meander on a sunny afternoon, stopping often for Herb to catch his breath and watch…Continue