Posts Tagged with ‘life’

Sunday Best – September 8, 2019

Every new beginning comes from some other beginning’s end.     – Seneca (or Semisonic)   Last week, I took a long hike with a dear friend, up through a forest that had been consumed by fire a few years back. It was not quite as conventionally pretty as other hikes nearby, with its ghost […]

Sunday Best – August 26, 2018

It’s been a tough month for losses – Aretha Franklin, Kofi Annan, John McCain. So many more. It’s been a tough year for losses – Anthony Bourdain, Kate Spade, Barbara Bush, Stephen Hawking. So many more. You could fill in any unit of time and any length of list and the statement would still be […]

Sunday Best – January 14, 2018

 “I Coulda Been a Contender!” * Absence and Loss Winter in New England has a stark beauty, and sometimes it also has a relentless gray bleakness, which brings a certain kind of reflection. Lately I’ve been considering the sharp pain of loss and the role that rituals and community can provide. We’ve spent centuries developing […]

Sunday Best – August 6, 2017

Life has such surprising left hooks sometimes, which is one reason I love the poetry of Mary Oliver.  Here we are, strolling in a field, mooning over a glorious grasshopper, and then POW!  She asks, Doesn’t everything die at last, and too soon?   Much as it stings, it is the POW that makes the […]

Finance Friday – September 23, 2016

888. That’s how many months of marriage my grandparents enjoyed – 74 years! They both passed away this past year, and this week would have marked their 75th anniversary. Thinking of them is a terrifically tangible way for me to think about longer term time horizons. Lest you think I am too eager to mix […]

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