No Meaning?

No Meaning?

After the “Great Generation” (my parents) came the “Baby Boomers” and they got more public attention than any generation before it. In Western Europe and the USA, starting in the 1960s there was “The Revolution” — protests  and a general rejection of many...
Priviledged

Priviledged

The other day I confessed to a friend that I felt guilty about not feeing guilty about being privileged. I was given talents, I said, but never had to suffer much for the art of music. I was lucky to grow up in a wonderful home, with saintly parents who never argued,...
Just think

Just think

I am, therefore I think. My brain — and yours — is fabulous.- More cells than stars in the known universe, I have heard.- Able to process I don’t know how many bits of data, while still forgetting where my car keys are. No doubt our brains are a miracle, allowing for...