A retired psychologist learning to write better while drinking from my collection of Burgundy, especially Chablis and Pommard. Syllabic poetry is my current focus especially haiku and Senryu.
Local:Churches as history teachers
Did you know that in medieval times the interior walls of churches were painted with the equivalent of PowerPoint presentations for a congregation who couldn’t read, or that lych gates were built at church entrances to store corpses before burial… Read More ›
Local:Try a museum for your next destination
“A museum is a non-profit, permanent institution in the service of society and its development, open to the public, which acquires, conserves, researches, communicates and exhibits the tangible and intangible heritage of humanity and its environment for the purposes of… Read More ›
Mountains:”I’m a mountaineer get me out of here!”
Lobuche East; Nepal I wrote this article about a small expedition to the Himalayan peak, Lobuche East in 2005. I was 59 years old and extremely fit, reasonably experienced as a mountaineer, and with lots of family connections in Nepal on… Read More ›
Psychology:The Integrity of Leadership?
Integrity-The Magic Ingredient If you had to pick a single quality or trait you most wanted in a leader what would it be? Whether you’re thinking of your boss at work, a politician, a prime minister, a committee chairman or… Read More ›
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