Put the Fire Out!

Tiffany has been having episodic headaches lately, mostly at night. They showed up Wednesday, in the night, an uninvited guest without a welcome, they've stayed for five days now, to be exact. In a wild attempt to understand what was happening, like many, Tiffany resorted to Dr. Google, and found out they are genetic, and [...]

The Supreme Good

The Supreme Good

The supreme good is like water,which nourishes all things without trying to.It is content with the low places that people disdain.Thus it is like the Tao. In dwelling, live close to the ground.In thinking, keep to the simple.In conflict, be fair and generous.In governing, don't try to control.In work, do what you enjoy.In family life, [...]

Learning…

...to live with uncertainty. ...to reflect on the meaning of the past. ... to adapt to differences encountered. ...to understand what that knot in your stomach is saying to you. ...to embrace change and new realities. ...to make loved one's a priority. ...to ask them for help. ...to cherish Time Un-rushed. ...to see yourself in [...]

Andrew Zibuck Says

October 17, 2016 at 7:42 pm A couple is 2.A few is 3 or 4.Five is 5, because it’s a round number. It’s five. If you mean 3, 4, 6, 7, etc. you don’t mean five. If you mean 5 you’d say five.Several is 6, 7, 8, or 9. Because ten is 10. It’s two [...]

The Joy of Sewing

First the threading of the needle that eye nearly invisible held nearer and farther away, so the tip of the thread is a camel through a keyhole, a rich man carrying all his belongings through the Pearly Gates. But at least near cussing, you thread the filament into the orifice. Aha! The cloth lies on [...]

A nameless stranger

I said that "Patriotism" is a way of saying "Women and children first." And that no one can force a man to feel this way. Instead he must embrace it freely. I want to tell about one such man. He wore no uniform and no one knows his name, or where he came from; all [...]

Strangers in a Strange Land

Dear You, Once upon a time not so long ago, in fact a few, or several, or some weeks ago just before we were ordered to shelter in our abodes because a deadly virus was encroaching upon the world and getting closer to home, I paid a visit to the local library. And, boy, am [...]