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03 March 2015 ~ 0 Comments

To write is to live…

But to live is to have something to say. Lately I’ve read a number of essays and posts on writing, finding the time to write, and the impact of living — having children, a job, obligations — on one’s writing. It is no secret that women have less time to write than men. We bear […]

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28 February 2015 ~ 0 Comments

My three Jewish Dads: Sarath, Nimoy, Oppenheimer

There were two men who reminded me of my father: Leonard Nimoy and J. Robert Oppenheimer. As a teenager I conflated the three of them so much that I think I may have intertwined details of their lives and thoughts with that of my real dad.   I of course came to know Nimoy through […]

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18 August 2014 ~ 0 Comments

Wayfaring Stranger and The Wanderer

We’ve been writing this song for a long time. Often the solitary one finds grace for himself the mercy of the Lord, Although he, sorry-hearted, must for a long time row by long strokes along the waterways, along the ice-cold sea, tread the paths of exile. I’m just a poor wayfaring stranger I’m traveling through […]

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