Monthly Archives: January 2011

Backlight

I’ve been observing life a little differently lately.  Trying to take a step back, turn away from the glare, and open my eyes into the moment illuminated by backlight. It’s hard to see clearly through one’s own eyes.  But even harder … Continue reading

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Wish you were here

“Dying is easy it’s living that scares me to death.”  –Annie Lennox Recently, I’ve heard a few different people express their devotion to another person’s well-being by saying, “I would die for them!” Despite the presumptive nobility of that statement, it … Continue reading

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Hope Anger and Courage

“Two things kill the soul, ” she teased.  “Two things that we all know… Can you guess?” Rabbi Naomi Levy knows how to work a crowd with a skillful mix of familiarity and authority. “Indifference,”  she called out.  “Indifference is … Continue reading

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