Author Archives: seeandconnect

A BREAK…

I’m on a break from blogging at this site – I ought to have posted this at the beginning of September 2016. I’ll either return to the this space or re-direct readers to another blog site. Not yet sure of … Continue reading

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Stepping into the Question: How do we become our most powerful selves?

Toward the Next Jewish Rebellion. – An article posing this question. Extract from this article: As April Rosenblum writes in her groundbreaking pamphlet: “Attacks come in waves; but each time things calm down and Jews are able to blend in or … Continue reading

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#Blacklivesmatter – a collective affirmation?

The USA is pretty well known for its people having passion for the self-help and self-improvement industry. In a way, this isn’t surprising – we are country plagued by depression and anxiety. People are grasping for ways to feel better … Continue reading

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The Vagina Monologues of Climate Change

I haven’t posted since January. I spent February and March in the north Chicago suburbs helping my mom through shoulder replacement surgery. While I was there, my dad – very unexpectedly – ended up in hospital. I put blog posting on … Continue reading

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I am your crazy

Last Saturday night, I went to a performance of monologues at Teatro Paraguas in Santa Fe, New Mexico. In “Bodies of art: women of ink tell their stories,” five women shared stories about their relationship to tattoos. I’m here now … Continue reading

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Spilling tea, laughing, and remembering who I am

Every morning, I get up from bed, turn on the kettle, brush my teeth, make a cup of tea and sit down – in bed, admittedly – with a notebook and pen. I do a writing meditation while I’m drinking … Continue reading

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What does it mean to choose love?

“Love, community, and connection are the only things powerful enough to overcome fear and terror. In the face of fear I choose love.” This quote is extracted from the article “Love versus Fear” recently published in OpenDemocracy-Transformation. Yesterday, I laughed … Continue reading

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