Monthly Archives: January 2014

Fruit for those who follow after

I can still remember the day my friend, Karen, told me she had cancer. It was early in 2004. She had just returned from a holiday in South Africa with her husband, Martin. While she was there, she’d discovered that … Continue reading

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It’s important to remember

Today is Holocaust Memorial Day. As darkness goes, the Holocaust was pretty dark. There were 6 million Jews. There were also 5 million ‘others’. (Those who were deemed to be ‘racially inferior’ or ‘degenerates’ – Slavs, Roma Gypsies, disabled people, … Continue reading

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How the light gets in

For years, those closest to  me have been urging me to share my stories and reflections, and to share them publicly, not just privately. So much of my life experience seems to be about seeing, witnessing, hearing about, or living … Continue reading

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