Monthly Archives: April 2014

How to Be a Reasonable Daffodil?

I wrote to a friend after staring out the back window in distress at my beloved daffodils bowed over with snow, their petals freezing. I wanted her to know that I see her neshama, her soul, in the drama in … Continue reading

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Azazel and Very Angry Birds: The Beauty of Community

I watched a small city of frantic birds wheel and squawk across our back yard. At first I thought they were crows, then realized with awe that they were sparrows chasing a huge marauding hawk back and forth over the … Continue reading

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A Wanderer in a Houseless Land

I am going through a family crisis with a beloved sister who can only start to heal if she divorces the family. In the midst of my grief for her pain, and for mine at being separated from her, I … Continue reading

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