John Michael continues his series Life Is a Sweet, Tender Bruise, reflecting on life and people encountered, he wants to know, during these times of COVID, are you lonely?
In Linda Rand’s next Pandemic Diaries column “Pearly Everlasting,” she contemplates the closing of 2020, celebrates her daughter’s birthday, and what she’s grateful for.
I’ve recently hit the jackpot. I’ve turned 30 and I’ve moved to a new city. Making new friends has a pang of familiarity about it beyond 30. Here’s what I’ve learned.
The giving of gifts is purportedly about charity and thoughtfulness, but in reality it’s far more complex than that.
While I realize inter-ethnic dating has its own obstacles, Tinder and other dating apps are bringing people together.
In Linda Rand’s next Pandemic Diaries column “What I See Behind My Eyes,” shares about her relationship with her mom, and searching out lost things during these times.
A trend in the United States has traditional therapy being replaced by counselors trained in philosophy, who help you through your woes via the words of dead people.
In Linda Rand’s next Pandemic Diaries column “Network of Hyphae,” election results are rolling in and Rand looks to nature to find corollaries amid the tumult.
In Linda Rand’s next Pandemic Diaries column “Thin Places,” she explores the timelines and worlds we navigate, as one being and also as many beings.