Practices for Recovering Resilience

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Responding to the Trauma of War

The October 7 Hamas attack on Israel began the day after the 2023 Mill Valley Film Festival began here in the San Francisco Bay Area. I was immersed in watching […]

Retirement Beyond a Comfortable Bubble

Disclosing ADHD and Other Mental Health Issues to Your Firm

Travel. Grandchildren. Gardening. I hear these are what many folks do when they retire, if they are able. I’ve traveled some, mostly to hike in wilderness. I thoroughly enjoy zooming […]

Reaching Down into the Center

I’ve been saving the poem below for my penultimate e-post of these Resources for Recovering Resilience. The wrap-up e-post will be sent July 13 after teaching my very last ever […]

Pushing the Pause Button

Krista Tippett announced this summer’s pause of the On Being project with this quote from John O’Donohue.  Your identity is not equivalent to your biography. There is a place in […]

Living Well, Dying Well

Two good friends have died in the last two weeks. Long lives, well lived. Companioned in their passage from living well to dying well by family and friends who loved […]

A Gentle, Gentle Winding Down

May Sarton’s poem The Work of Happiness, included at the end of this post, gives some indication of how my leaning from retirement into Renaissance has landed me more and […]

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