The Hurry To Be Alive

Life is rushing by. Our time does not seem to be our own, but to belong to others: to our employers, our debtors, our audiences, our students, our teachers, our clients, to social media. Are we at the mercy of this tidal wave of activity or can we manage it somehow? An article published recently

November 9th, 2015|Quality of Life, Time|

Life in the Slow Lane

People around me were becoming ill and dying, although I was still a young woman. I attended a church in San Francisco during the 1980’s and watched as fellow parishioners became gaunt, were marked by the red blooms of Kaposi’s sarcoma, and seemed to age decades in a matter of months. The AIDS epidemic ravaged

October 22nd, 2015|Personal Growth, Time|