Monthly Archives: October 2009

What Holds Water?

We live in a noisy world. We have coming at us in any given moment:  Telephones that no longer sit quietly next to our bed or on our office desks (Now they follow our every step into movie theaters, church, … Continue reading

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GRANDMOTHERS WHISPER–A Publisher Now!

I’ve been a writer my entire life, a professional writer since I left college at twenty-two, and an author since I was forty.  In that time, I have naturally watched my writing evolve. From eighteen years of salaried newspaper and … Continue reading

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“Organized Religion.”

We have just finished observing the Jewish New Year–those contemplative days between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur–the holiest on the Hebrew calendar.  ‘Iokepa, as always, joined me in celebrating with the Kaua’i Jewish Community. My thoughts go back a month, … Continue reading

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