Practice

My dad is an amateur musician. He started playing the guitar when he was 14 years old, playing along with the Kingston Trio, learning finger picking from Peter Paul and Mary, taking bluegrass classes from the guy up the street, and quietly swearing through Bach. By the time I came along, he was an accomplished […]

Social Change

Last night I instigated a conversation with my work friend about sexual consent. It was fascinating to hear everyone else’s viewpoint. Everyone has an opinion based on their specific life experience. The trick is to find the commonalities of our beliefs. When we do that, we find commonalities in each other. When we stubbornly refuse […]

Walk the Talk

Get up/ get up and do somethin’/ How can you make it/ if you never even try? – Macy Gray “What are you going to do?” I asked. She said, “I just don’t know.  I tell him how I feel. I speak my truth.” “Does that work?” “No.” Of course it doesn’t. If we keep […]