Of Cello Duets, Adolescence and The Art of Living ….

Our youngest daughter and I play cello duets.

While neither of us is Yo-Yo Ma, I have experience powerful healing in this shared experience with our fifteen year old daughter.

Never mind she plays much better than I, her

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Of Altruism, Old Age, and The Circle of Life …

Generosity of spirit requires trust–faith that what you give will be received and appreciated and /or conveys assistance or good, and belief that in giving you will not go lacking.

Certainly we must give within our means, not more than we can afford. Altruism does not ask that we put ourselves at risk. To do that places us in a position to lack the ability to give in the future. And no one wants that.

And yet we cannot always wait until comfort

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Of Food, Proximity, and the Need for Choice…

Interactions between mothers and daughters hold many complexities.

Every mother is someone’s daughter. And every daughter has a mother.

The nature or lack of interactions between mothers and their daughter influence and affect a minutia of interpersonal aspects for the daughter and reflect upon the many strands that connect a daughter’s mother with her mother, the grandmother.

Observing a mother and her daughter can reveal a history and lineage of interactions from the line of women connected to and whose lives had descended into the existence of a mother and her daughter.

Weight offers an additional aspect of a woman or girl’s life that sheds light onto the nature

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Change, Suffering and Digging Deeper

Buddhism teaches that all things change, and that suffering is inherent to life. As humans we add to this suffering, or rather amplify it, by trying to hold onto the narrative line that we have fed ourselves. We resist the reality of change the various truths evidenced by its existence.

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Radio Show | Author, Phillip Wilhite

Author Phillip Wilhite, discusses his debut novel, “Surviving Chadwick“. So tune in.

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Inspiration

The Dance, a video that my friend who is a dancer sent me is still churning my unconscious and causing me to reflect upon my own life story. Like most writers I suffer from depression. And not unlike many writers, my childhood was not the idyllic one American culture says we are to have.

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