Midway through my twenties, I thought it a good idea to get married. Which likely would’ve turned out pretty great, had I actually partnered someone with whom I was remotely compatible. Brian was a socially and politically conservative graduate of West Point Military Academy, and when we married, he was a Lieutenant Colonel on the … Read More »
My daughter. She’s in fourth grade. The other day I swung by her school mid-day and arrived during recess, where I was greeted with the unabashed joy of kids at play: Running, shouting and screeching laughter. I recall playing like that as a child, but to do so now would be weird. For I am mature.
Every so often, I discover something so enlightening that makes me want to forgo the usual niceties of a blog – the hello, the introduction, the how-are-you-doin? – and get straight to the good stuff: I have found the key to equanimity on YouTube. You know, the wise website dedicated to spiritual growth? I should back up … Read More »