Monthly Archives: June 2013
I was thinking of a particular couple and one has Alzheimer’s. They probably sometimes think their future is bleak. Then this came to me: Don’t enjoy the future: enjoy the present. :- Doug.
This is something we owe our communities, our families: to have this end of life conversation, to converse. For here is caring, here is loving, here is coming together. :- Doug.
Required for any task, ever in us flowing Hearts and minds Resources? A well-spring have we! :- Doug.
I have been talking too much and need to reflect, hear, wait, experience the pregnant silence. :- Doug.
the meeting of highways of life, love & meaning, of daughters & sons wives & husbands mothers & fathers of inviting & freeing & gathering this conversation is —it only takes a little seeing of who is there in front … Continue reading
You can too Create a story with a child Give a flower to a business leader Tell us today’s story of Jean Valjean Help our many lights shine You can too :- Doug.
I don’t care whether we use probate or some other tool: let’s just get the job done. :- Doug.
We can always be more happy, and that means more whole. And more sad, and more grieved, and more involved with one another. All this too means more whole. :- Doug.
Conversing is a sword’s edge, Excalibur. It cuts deeply, to heal. :- Doug.
We cannot radically converse all the time: it would be too much for us. But in each life we ought to meet this way once. :- Doug.
There are more gentle and loving frames within which to set our approach to any cancer test results seeming negative. Military and war metaphors, fighting and vanquishing, are too harsh for a part of a loved one’s body. When our … Continue reading
We’re all in this life together—let us be gentle with one another. :- Doug.
What is one meaning of your life? A second meaning—a moral one? A third one—an allegorical? And a fourth—an anagogical? :- Doug.
In the profession of people meeting well: I am exactly where I need to be. :- Doug.