January 5, 2023
Three pieces of good news. And loving what you love.
July 31, 2022
The rare-bird reports reach my phone from Cornell Lab of Ornithology’s citizen-science app, ebird,
June 30, 2022
The parable reads like a riddle: two raccoons walked into a yard, looking for a drink . . . (For an immediate
June 1, 2022
A tough time for parents. So said Buddhist instructor Sylvia Boorstein in a dharma class over Memorial Day weekend. Not that it has ever been easy.
May 1, 2022
. . . but only God can make a tree. So said American poet Joyce Kilmer in 1914, four years before his death in the battle of Ourcq southwest of Paris.
April 1, 2022
I was going to write about spring cleaning today, as (per writer Candor McNair) “dust bunnies are
March 9, 2022
(Profits from my book sales this month—and for the foreseeable future—will benefit UNICEF, specifically
December 31, 2021
Sometimes, in writing, we use a technique known as framing. We book-end a story between a beginning and
November 21, 2021
This time last year, my brother Jon and I had just begun cleaning personal belongings out of my father’s
October 31, 2021
Nothing in the world is truly separate, say the physicists and Zen priests, all of us borderless entities of
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