March Sadness

As one grows older, one loves the autumn more and more, but one fears the spring. ~Hermann Hesse No doubt there is much to be said for joyous beauty, raucous beauty, bold and vibrant in-your-face beauty. There is also, however, something to be said for other kinds of beauty: quiet beauty, melancholy beauty, mournful and... Continue Reading →

Twenty Nineteen

The important and only vital question is, how much greater, finer, am I than I was yesterday? Have I fulfilled my possibilities, made the most of my potentialities? ~Edward Weston In preparing for a recent medical treatment I had to pass a standard assessment of my cognitive state, which included such common questions as, “do... Continue Reading →

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