Monthly Archives: June 2016

Old and new

A new god has come into our lives and home. Kai, a Tibetan Terrier like Bodhi of blessed memory, from the most kindly breeder, Wendyll Behrend of  Kensington Kennels (http://kensingtontibetans.com) , Stowe, Vermont. And just in time for the days … Continue reading

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Ali, “a truly free man of faith”

Life is the clause within eternity, between the two commas that are birth and death.”                                                   … Continue reading

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Virtues and Values

Families have always engaged in moral discourse when confronted by the challenges of chronic illness. We cannot avoid addressing the ethical and moral judgments and dilemmas that are such an important dimension of the illness experience. Our and our families’ … Continue reading

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