Monthly Archives: March 2017
The question can be restated as What is our courage to be, simply to be, here, now, to stand up and out in our world as it meets us? We have a nothingness and meaninglessness in which we are to … Continue reading
What can it mean to elder a grandchild, your circle, the world? :- Doug.
I help people work through their end of life questions, and I help them find ways to pay for a place like this—or even a nursing home—without becoming paupers. :- Doug.
I bring the questions. :- Doug.
All of us bring conversation. :- Doug.
Why do we want clarity? Clarity may not be necessary We don’t even have to trust process Something shifts Open for shifting :- Doug.
What we we understand we did not earlier? :- Doug.
In youth the body powers ascendant In middling they are put to use by mind In maturity a fuller understanding of humanness :- Doug.
I work for nice people. Nice people are caring. That’s why I get to call myself an elder caring attorney. :- Doug.
I help people get on Medicaid, even when you think they may not qualify. :- Doug.
What are you doing for the world? For these grandchildren? For this spot of earth? Me: I’m asking opening questions. :- Doug.
Clouds against the deep blue This shape, now that, dissipating Over generations like humans :- Doug.