Monthly Archives: August 2011
Conversation carries a sacred function. It bears a generative force, for what we can speak can be; what we hear can be. Conversation is holy work because it is about hearing hope out into the open where it can go … Continue reading
She gave up a career to care for her mother, declining but all she gave away was ambition to get the giving :- Doug.
We are heirs We inherit all the gifts All the responsibility :- Doug.
Why speak to the future? :- Doug.
Wills are about this: how much life can your last words give? :- Doug.
The National Senior Citizens Law Center has just republished its eye-opening guide. A single free copy can be downloaded here: http://www.nsclc.org/publications/manuals/manual.2006-06-08.3692004924 For instance, did you know: –A relative does not have to sign as responsible for the elder’s nursing home … Continue reading
What good could 20 ordinary folks do together that one keep-it-for-my-own person won’t? :- Doug.
Two gardens we are given to tend The one within our fence The one without, embracing it :- Doug.
Ask again Can we Do better? :- Doug.
Way to start a grandparent’s tale: In a land of surprise this is what happened tomorrow. :- Doug.
The summer’s come on so suddenly & now is nearly gone the seasons come round so quickly they leave my head spinning The older I get the faster spins the reel of remaining tape Yet if we look we may … Continue reading