BEGRUDGING TEENS

BEGRUDGING TEENS

In Sherborn, right after the bridge where Farm Road crosses the Charles River, there is a ‘put in’ area on the left. Tuesday, Peter, Sam and I unloaded our canoe and kayak to paddle downriver to South Natick. The last time we took the canoe and kayak together was over...
NO DOUBT ABOUT IT

NO DOUBT ABOUT IT

Sometimes we revert to old ways. I shouldn’t have done it but I did.  Home Depot once again offered its O% interest free deal if your total purchase reaches certain amounts. It was the final day and I was headed out to a meeting and Peter was out for a run and...
HOLY WEEK

HOLY WEEK

For me, there’s an innate rhythm to holy week I hold as natural and universal. For me, holy week illuminates a common sojourn through our human condition. After Lenten self-contemplation and Palm Sunday celebration of immersion, Maundy Thursday has Jesus in...
THUNDERCAT

THUNDERCAT

NPR is a mainstay in my day, this past week I heard a couple interviews that piqued my interest. One was with Thundercat.  In no way do I profess to a comprehensive grasp of happening younger musicians. Vestiges of my memory recalled scribbling down the name of a...
99.99 PERCENT

99.99 PERCENT

In another NPR interview this week, Irshad Manji, the author of ‘Don’t Label Me’, shifted my world. She makes an exceptional case for the more we identify each other by labels, the more trepidatious the case for actually diversity is made. I felt exhilarated...