I forgot my snack And you brought it to me I missed the bus one morning It was more like 3 You drove me to school when I was late You said everything I did was perfectly great Now I’m grown up and I don’t know how To struggle, to cope, I can’t disavow All … Continue reading Overprotected Turns Dejected
Caring sincerely about my patients' well-being and being a fitness freak are two things my father left me as a legacy. He also left me the legacy of attending shiva calls—he and my mom attended many when I was growing up and set the example of how to be a listening ear for others struggling with … Continue reading The Strange Legacy My Father Left Me
In a recent conversation with a childhood friend we reminisced about how much we missed growing up. And how much more fun it was than the humdrum of adulthood. A bit later that day, I found myself in a sort of middle-school-type scenario. I got my period. But I didn’t have my supplies! Ahhhhh! The … Continue reading Connecting to Childhood Self: When Was the Last Time You Were Unprepared?
Someone else was using the copier when I wanted to. I reminded myself that I am not the center of the world. Or, in other words, I am not the sun. (Being that the planets revolve around the sun.)
creativity brings me glee but editing is drudgery and marketing kicks up more shit I wonder "what was the point of it?" Feeling inspired Then feeling tired Sharing one's revelation Then wishing to regain the jubilation that once was The moment I first discovered That jewel of truth That crystal of wisdom Sparkling like the … Continue reading Creating Art vs Marketing It
People often tell me I have a good memory. Even as a kid they told me that. Well, currently, it comes out when I speak to a patient during a follow up call and all of a sudden remember small details that they told me during the initial session a month or more back. I … Continue reading Remembering with Your HEART