Monthly Archives: May 2016
Think of a day when You had nothing to do Other than breathe :- Doug.
Washing machines, tangled brush piles, atoms—physical things—are easy to manipulate in our minds. Other things, especially actions—like conversations, relationships, movement—have many more possible interactions, and so are more difficult to grasp. :- Doug.
Typos and detours may be the main road. :- Doug.
Are you someone’s soul caregiver? :- Doug.
Silence opens. :- Doug.
Go further, sons and daughters of my sons, than I have gone: release the skies, release the stars, release the divinity only you can. Now: before you are ready. Then invite the daughters and sons of your daughters and sons … Continue reading
Gracefully now, gracefully older. :- Doug.
Bring me toys if I get to experience dementia. As I progress backwards through my decades, bring me things to occupy my happy moments: travel brochures when I am again in my 50s, tax return forms and calculators when I … Continue reading
Elders say the darnedest things. :- Doug.
We have a quiet little elder caring law practice caring for people caring for their family. For instance, we help these ways: —Powers of assistance, if it’s soon enough —If it is later, Judge signed licenses to care for (They … Continue reading
Can we ever Say all we wanted to say? Hear well enough? :- Doug.
Demented lives matter The voices which have no sense Need hearing by us, somehow If we embrace these Can we live in peace? :- Doug.
Is old age simply marking time Until you die? Or is it making of your life A work of art? Is any day the same? Whatever age? :- Doug.