Finding an Invincible Summer Within

"In the depth of winter, I finally learned that within me there lay an invincible summer.” ― Albert Camus Winter can seem like a deep darkness without an exit. The season brings depression to people who are most sensitive to daylight, with seasonal affective disorder. One long winter many years ago I spent 10 weeks … Continue reading Finding an Invincible Summer Within

Giving Thanks with Our Eyes Open

My grandfather was a Methodist minister, he reminded me of a great tree. In my childhood, he said grace at family feasts when he visited us in the Catskill mountains. This was more of a sermon than a prayer. Long, very long, grace was delivered in a tone that was more sung than spoken. Grace … Continue reading Giving Thanks with Our Eyes Open