Charade You Are

Since I was a kid I have loved Pink Floyd. Seeing Roger Waters perform a classic set from Pink Floyd as well as selections of his new work, I really started thinking about what the music means to me and how much of it speaks very clearly to our times.

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Ten Years?

Nearly ten years ago, we were fortunate enough to be invited to Carl’s wedding. Last weekend, nearly ten years after the wedding, we enjoyed a lunch together with a stunning view of the old town of Stockholm and that familiarity and connection hadn’t diminished. But where had the ten years gone?

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Boldly Go

After the election, I instituted a personal embargo of the news and popular culture. But if ever we were in need of a bold, idealistic vision it is now. Let’s start 2017 by remembering our idealism and re-committing ourselves to a vision of a future which is better for all of us.

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Mach’s gut

When I was in the US, my uncle was able to finally show me in person his project over the past year: a statue of Saint Anthony in the church cemetery dedicated to the memory of our family’s past, present, and future. I have not been able to stop thinking about my family history since that time and have decided to put down a few words to page.

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Run Like Hell

For a while, I wasn’t really sure why it was that I took up running. In order to run, I have to apply myself. And although where we now live offers some beautiful scenery as a backdrop to a jog, in the end, to run is to work.

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