Category Archives: Essays about Life

The War You Left Inside My Mind… [a 5 minute insight talk given in San Jose, July 2015]

I’ve written 5 talks trying to bend my insights to the kindness and honesty themes. At 11:30 Saturday night, I finally decided that Dr. David can address the themes since the main talk is his arena and I will talk … Continue reading

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I Do Declare

I declare each of us to be “home” Right here and right now. We are home in this moment, home within ourselves, within the walls of this sanctuary called “Body.” God is inside our hearts and we live always from … Continue reading

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Off She Goes…

…Like a shot in the dark. It is an amazing thing, grief. It’s as powerful as I imagine God to be, if God were to show up as a state of being. I can not ever say which stage I’m … Continue reading

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My Tenant and My Neighbor

Grief is the new tenant who, once in the door, refuses to cooperate and cannot be evicted. No one forsakes Grief. She is patient and remembers EVERYTHING – her raging passion must be endured until she has paralyzed every sinew and woven every tear. Continue reading

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What’s NOT on my mind?

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Women in Sensible Shoes – The Gang’s All Here

Aug. 17th, 2013 at 10:52 PM  Our affection for one another was palpable tonight around the Birthday table. Susan invited all of us to a hosted dinner at Bella Mia for Mary’s 58th. There were 14 aging lesbians and one … Continue reading

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