How I visualize Dread If you have followed this blog for a while, you know I've written a lot about mortality, finding purpose in life, and the intersection of those with art. I also find engaging in written dialogue to be a fruitful way to explore difficult topics. I'm back to share an interesting challenge... Continue Reading →
I can count in one breath the number of new musicians I've come to include in my listening repertoire since the late 1990s. According to research, I'm not alone in losing my penchant for new-music discovery at around that age. Recently I went on a quest to rediscover the joy of music.
One of my most popular posts, to my surprise, was about my struggles with anxiety, in which I lowered my guard, just a little, around my private persona. This post is in that vein. So, if you're here for reading or writing insights, you can skip this one. But if you're interested in mental and... Continue Reading →
My mother died in 2007. For more than 10 years after her death, I was unable to make it through Mother’s Day without getting angry. “F*** you!” I yelled at my computer when emails showed up offering Mother’s Day specials for brunches I would never get to eat with her. “I can’t ‘make her day... Continue Reading →