Monthly Archives: June 2008

Filial Love

For some time now, many of us have been aware that the words we write in cyberspace and the messages we transmit on our phones may be monitored by Someone. I won’t go into a long soliloquy about the loss … Continue reading

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The Sands of Time

One of the lessons of aging comes from the gradual loss of abilities – the slow withering of function that we all intellectually know to expect, but that still manages to take us by surprise. The day comes, like it … Continue reading

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Father’s Day

Tomorrow is Father’s Day, something of which most of you are aware unless you’ve been hiding in a bunkerĀ or cut off from communication with the outside world. I started to write a Father’s Day piece for tomorrow, only to discover … Continue reading

Posted in Thoughts & Musings | 15 Comments

Water Magic

When I was a very young boy, my mother used to belong to a rowing club, a perk provided by her company to help employees stay fit. I liked sitting in the practice module attached to the main dock, sliding … Continue reading

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