I STILL Honor You Robin Williams – July 21, 1951 to August 11, 2014

Robin Williams

Too little has been said about Robin Wiliams’ suicide. Too little has been done to honor his life. I sense a world uncertain and confused about how to respond to his suicide, or how they “should” feel, and so they remain silent. Still caught in the archaic notion that depression and suicide … Continue reading

On Loneliness

Salvador Dali Figure at the Window

  It is … only in the state of complete abandonment and loneliness that we experience the helpful powers of our own natures. ”   Carl Jung;  Modern Man in Search of a Soul   Much of my life I spent locked in the cage of a deep and pervasive … Continue reading

A Father’s Day Gift for the UnFathered

Morning Glories

Father’s Day is a day, created by a culture whose moral, ethical and spiritual foundation is a times questionable, and yet we are sucked in by it. How many of us are feeling guilt today because we don’t feel a generosity of spirit towards our fathers? Or, sad because our … Continue reading

Depression – Fighting the Battle

Cineraria flower

There is no way to measure the pain of depression. There are no blood tests, x-rays, or questionnaires to determine beyond a shadow of a doubt whether or not an individual is suffering from depression. There are educated guesses. There are circumstances suggesting the possibility and likelihood of its presence. How … Continue reading

One More Hour of Peace

path in woods

On the mend from dental work performed last week, I’ve been  feeling a bit blue and lethargic. The gloomy weather hasn’t helped a bit! This morning, after three days of antibiotics I felt just enough better to force myself into motion. It’s difficult to know for certain whether it’s better to … Continue reading

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