Monthly Archives: June, 2012

I know a person when I see one

I recently had a wonderful opportunity to participate in a class about Ethics taught by a professor of Philosophy at a respected University. I was pleased that the organizers of this event thought me worthy of one of the spots in this class. In this class, however, the instructor presented something that caused me angst …

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Inadequacy is my constant companion

This post is about the profound feeling of inadequacy that can come from caring for the bereaved. (I had a glitch in the text of this post, its small and goofy. I tried to fix it 6 times but I seem to be inadequate to do so !) I ask you to not jump to …

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