Archive for March, 2006


Today is an auspicious day, marked especially by a solar eclipse. I was listening to a tape distributed by my friend, Jon Fox, in which it was emphasized that this is a time for us to move ourselves toward forgiveness–all of us. Now, forgiveness was a very difficult thing for me for many years. Like […]

What Do People Talk About?

This week, I’ve had some deep conversations with people, outside of my therapy office. My friend, Deki, and I talked about ideas for “Born to Learn.” She’s helping me to formulate part of the material. I always count on her to “explore” with me. She is one of the most supportive people I know. Ask […]

Experts Who Write

My friend and “Rejection Expert” Dr. Elayne Savage has positioned herself as an “expert.” I noticed she was consulted by a reporter to offer an opinion about road rage that was published this past weekend. There is a certain antipathy I have to positioning myself as an “expert,” perhaps because of what another friend, Kay […]


My friend, Allen Klein, has made his living for several years teaching people about laughter! He appeared on my radio program more than a year ago to talk about his book, “The Healing Power of Laughter.” I was most grateful to have scheduled him, because I had traveled to Germany not long before his appearance, […]

In Remembrance of Keriac

“Keriac” was a name that came to my sister in a dream. In the dream, someone asked her for her name, and she responded clearly, “My name is Keriac.” When she awoke, she decided to replace “Frances” that had been her name for 35 years, with Keriac. She loved the name so much she used […]

How Rewarding is Your Job?

I’ve felt tired this morning. For the past two evenings, I have worked late and not returned home until 10:30 at night. Considering I am an early riser (6 a.m.), this made for long days. Yet, in my tiredness this morning, I am most aware that it is a happy tiredness. I LOVE my work! […]

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