Monthly Archives: November 2015

Ow Grasshopper…

Well, I’ve already had reminders “in the flesh” of the need to pay attention on my wheelchair to what could be an unconscious step by a “normal” walker. For example, two doorways in the older part of the house were … Continue reading

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The Rule of My Body

The diagnosed body not only redefines its relationship with “me,” it also forces a new relationship with others. A major consequence of the process of diagnosis wherever it may lead is that my body—its needs, secrets, and intimacies as well … Continue reading

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Metamorphosis

A friend of mine, a professor of philosophy recently interviewed in the Huffington Post “The Meaning of Life” for her NEH funded course to explore “enduring questions,” follows my blog and sent me this most appropriate and remarkable poem, “Metamorphosis,” … Continue reading

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