Tag: covid

People around us can be healed by us

This might sound a bit cheesy and too optimistic. However, I’ve been thinking about the “healing” concept with some frequency. We are currently re-assembling ourselves. Looking for growth spiritually and emotionally. As we heal ourselves, we are also healing others around us. This is where I might sound […]

Shiny happy people: If only

I used to love R.E.M. – the band.  The one that dominated college radio for a while. They had some good serious songs. Then one day, they released one of the silliest songs ever called Shiny Happy People. Shiny happy people holding handsShiny happy people holding handsShiny happy […]

The pigeons of New York

Pigeons often appear in my New York stories. They are such an integral part as they can be found and are everywhere. You also stand a certain chanced of being pooped on from above. That’s New York life for you. They are an urban nature staple. I came […]

Seeing through the fog

Nowadays everyone knows about gaslighting. It seems to have become a national sport in which everyone participates one way or the other. What was just said, wasn’t really said. Your ears must be clogged up. What you just saw, didn’t really happen. Your eyes must be cloudy. Speaking […]

The courage to heal

Look, many have been hurt this past year. Hurt physically, mentally and spiritually. Sometimes due to just the worldwide pandemic itself and other times due to interpersonal consequences of the chaos. Now is the time for healing. It can be hard. What balm will soothe your pain? There […]

We are unfinished

New York is the city that never slept. Well, it was. It would like to still think that it doesn’t. However, a pandemic did hit and things did shut down. Restaurants closed at 9pm. We became tough New Yorkers eating outside in 40 degree weather. But, we did […]