Does Truth Set Us Free?

Why, if we knew it when we met him/her do we not follow the logical actions? Because love is never logical, because we want love in our lives, and most of all because being alone on weekends, during holidays and in that big old bed just feels so much worse than saying “No” to what might be if we just move forward and see what happens.

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Finding Grace

I am the first to agree that television is mostly crap these days. And yet, occasionally Aaron Sorkin or some other brilliant writer moves me from “Jaded and Disgusted” to “OMG!”

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Mothers, Fathers and Love

This morning a man I loved for almost two years told me his mother had passed. Tears rolled down my cheeks as I remembered this gracious beautiful woman that I loved and who at 93 was still “a looker”.   Remembering the men who have been in my life… my own father, husbands, lovers, friends…

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Not All the Wishing in the World

    When you meet someone you really want to spend time with, someone with whom you share a love for life, the same vitality and passion, your soul prays silently for it to work out.    So many things in common, so much joy and a deep appreciation of one another…and a dose of…

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What Qualifies as a Break-Up?

Have You Ever Experienced This?   You meet someone, feel like you’d like to know more about him/her so you make a “coffee date”. The beauty of those of course is that you don’t get an ulcer over a long dinner while you say over and over, “What was I THINKING?!”   Okay, the conversation…

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The Gift of Happiness

I recently saw an amazing movie, “Hector and the Search for Happiness” which of course was panned by the critics because it required viewers to think.   Happiness is not a present someone else holds in his/her hands. That illusion gets me into more trouble than any other and I blame it on Cinderella and…

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