September 2020 Newsletter

Vote! I’ve just written a book about the importance of living our archetypal values so that we can gain their gifts. Voting is one essential way to do that. For the Idealist, it is the right thing to do. For the Realist, the way to affect reality. For the Caregiver, it is caring for oneself, […]

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June 2020 Newsletter

It’s June, and the pandemic is getting worse as people defy common sense and refuse to wear masks or care about others. Cell phone videos have revealed to us how common it is for police to murder innocent human beings and get away with it because those killed have dark skins. Now many of all […]

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March 2020 Newsletter

Dear Friend: As I write this, I am sheltered-in-place with my dear husband, David, during the coronavirus pandemic. We are observing the at-least-six-feet-apart rule of social distance with others and remaining home as much as we can, not only to keep ourselves safe, but also for the safety of everyone else. The side-effect of the […]

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December 2019 Newsletter

Dear Friend: We are entering the time of year for going inward and gestating what next calls us. It is also the time when the Winter Solstice, Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanza, all remind us that the light is returning even when the weather gets colder and harsher—until new plants crack through the ice, hibernating animals emerge […]

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September 2019 Newsletter

Fall Musings on Current Crises, Archetypes, and Consciousness Dear Friend: Summer has come and gone, as has the fall equinox. We are entering the time of going inward and also letting go of what no longer serves us in our culture and our own attitudes and attachments. Here in Maryland, the days are still warm, […]

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June 2019 Newsletter

Dear Friend: The Summer Solstice has just passed, signaling the official beginning of summer. And for many of us long past school age, this time triggers a nostalgia for the freedom to roam and play, a freedom much curtailed in today’s world. But then some kids now go to all those cool camps!  In truth, I’m […]

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March 2019 Newsletter

…it’sspringwhen the world is puddle-wonderful – e.e. cummings Dear Friend: Spring has finally arrived – and none too soon! It’s been a long, hard winter, in terms of both the weather and the national political climate. To escape both, David and I spent a month in Santa Barbara, CA, where we lived for six years, visiting […]

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December 2018 Newsletter

Dear Friend:   Welcome to this end of 2018 newsletter.     Wouldn’t it be wonderful if we would all greet the new year by visualizing how we want our own lives to be in the context of also wanting the best for others—those around us and around the world—and then move into realizing these dreams? […]

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September 2018 Newsletter

Dear Friend: Shortly after you receive this newsletter, David and I will be heading to Colorado to spend several weeks at our condo in Estes Park. We’re looking forward to seeing old friends, hiking in the mountains, and witnessing the changing of the aspens, which lends a golden glow to portions of the landscape. Unfortunately, […]

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June 2018 Newsletter

Dear Friend: I’ll be spending the Summer Solstice in Santa Barbara, where the whole town whoops it up to celebrate the ultimate triumph of the light on the longest day of the year. I’ll likely miss the parade because I’m prioritizing being with close friends. Friendship has been much on my mind, as I’ve had […]

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