Monthly Archives: February 2014

On discovering similarities in the way we think

I wrote recently about a young man named Jacob, a young man who died, and mentioned that he is his parents’ only child. I made special note of the fact that I was mentioning him in the present tense. “Did … Continue reading

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On helping another to grieve

A coworker paid me a tremendous compliment today. She asked me what to say to her friend whose son died last weekend. I began to weep and she joined me. She apologized for upsetting me. Truth be told she didn’t … Continue reading

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On spending time with a Mood

I am in a fragile frame of mind today. In a mood. I don’t know why. It doesn’t matter why, it just matters that I am. My mood doesn’t need a reason. It comes and goes from time to time … Continue reading

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