I was going through some old journals two days ago and in the one dated June 2, 2002, I came across printouts of a very special email correspondence. Background: In … Continue reading Dear Richard: corresponding with Richard Selzer, M.D.
Letters are among the most significant memorial a person can leave behind them. – Johann Wolfgang von Goethe — Previous posts: Package of letters to Sweden A letter home. November … Continue reading The third letter home. November 18, 1968
Why when I close my eyes and think about myself at a young age do I find myself immediately at the age of 6? What makes me go back to that … Continue reading The second letter. November 5, 1968.
I had a terrible dream last night. In the dream, I haven’t been home to visit my parents for four years. In the dream, they are still living at the … Continue reading Dream. Letters. Thought and Memory.
This past weekend, my sweet friend from university days gave me a bunch of letters I had written to her around 1984-86. Fascinating look into my “reality” then. I put reality in … Continue reading More than kisses, letters mingle souls… and I am not your fault.
Recall the package of letters I received from my mom and dad’s friends in Sweden. LINK Letters are among the most significant memorial a person can leave behind them. – Johann … Continue reading A letter home. November 1, 1968
This morning I woke to my very old cat bravely climbing wobbly into my bed and cuddling. I turned off the alarm clock to savour the moment and decided to … Continue reading Package of letters to Sweden by Mom and Dad since 1968, now in my hands