Monthly Archives: September 2018

The struggle against the system

Why I’m sick to my stomach Don’t you want to rail against the system sometimes? A headline describes the feeling as “sick to my stomach.” Problem is, the system is a web of sticky loops and traps. Good luck changing … Continue reading

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Bruised but not beaten  

Truth is, I’m pretty active and coordinated (you may not believe this, after reading my blog). My honey and I bicycle and walk, lift weights and stretch. But we get skinned knees, loosened toenails and muscle aches. My question: are … Continue reading

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Little Theories

 Identity Politics If I could write a book on any topic I’d explore the ways that we invent our own realities. I will call the book, “Little Theories.” The reason?  When I look at headlines, talk to friends, or just … Continue reading

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