Category Archives: Miscellaneous

MASTER OF MY SOUL

An eerie silence has descended upon our house. For several days six children, six adults, two dogs and a cat have been compressed into limited living quarters. Chaos has reined supreme. Now the hustle and bustle of the Holiday season … Continue reading

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WHAT FOOLS THESE MORTALS BE

I just spoke to someone who actually left sunny Southern California to take a midwinter vacation above the Arctic circle. As a psychiatrist I can assure you that she is not certifiably crazy for making such a decision. She is … Continue reading

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WHAT OF THE FUTURE?

I am writing these words with a caveat. They are the comments and musings of a very old man. From time immemorial, old men have expressed their fears of the future and tend to believe that the world is going … Continue reading

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EUROPEAN LIFE DIED

In my previous blog post I made a number of comments about recent history and the holocaust. I suggested that much effort is being expended to keep the holocaust memories alive versus allowing them to fade into the dust bin … Continue reading

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GOOD INTENTIONS

An old proverb maintains that the road to Hell is paved with good intentions. That this adage has persisted over a number of generations might suggest that it has some validity. It poses the interesting question whether evil can masquerade … Continue reading

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‘TIS THE SEASON

The season has arrived for us to share our merriment. The easiest way to do this is to send a Christmas card with a few family photos. My family insists on continuing our recent tradition of emailing a family progress … Continue reading

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THEY FLASH ACROSS THE INNER EYE

Some quotations seem to choose us. Surreptitiously they slink into to the memory and remain without apparent effort to retain them. Most likely they glom on to something important in the unconscious. For me, a poem by Wordsworth represents such … Continue reading

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For you Mother’s of Girls:

I have often said that young males are a different species from females. Some people still maintain that behavioral differences between girls and boys is only because they are raised differently. I have received some correspondence that contradicts that view. … Continue reading

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