Monthly Archives: December 2016

It comes to decades

Much therapy seems based on guided self-discovery of patterns. Life has its own therapy, through reflections on points in time. So in addressing a new year and an old, one can reflect on where things were five or ten years … Continue reading

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Tombstone

From Paris Requiem by Lisa Appignanesi (2001). At a graveside service: He heard a sob and wondered whether it was his own. He had come a long way to do his grieving… Thought I’d left it at home

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Faded Fame

Neil Remington Abramson commented as follows: I guess faded fame is better than being humble when it’s entirely deserved. That’s for sure. As sure as advertising and promotion guarantees, anyways.

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Meet The Patels

Came across this 2014 documentary, Meet The Patels: A period in the life of Ravi Patel and his family, as shot by his sister, Geeta Patel. How it came together: All these angles and edges when one’s parents try to … Continue reading

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Rather

She said: Love is blind. Somehow, I always had the feeling that he would keep me happy forever. I really loved him a lot, but with no hope. When I think about it now, I’m glad that he didn’t agree … Continue reading

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Always There

Someone reading a pocket book in the long store line, December 24. Impressed that someone thought to bring a book. Impressed that anyone was reading a hand-held book, though see more of it on the buses. Expressed my admiration. She … Continue reading

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Nia Peeples – Kissing The Wind

The video: From her second album, Nia Peeples, released in 1991. Single released in 1992. Mix: Nia Peeples. Another one seeming to come and go, though less so that one might first suspect.

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