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Author Archives: Adrienne Cohen
It’s December 7 — Pearl Harbor Day — but this day in history has other history
as well — some of it surprising. Continue reading
Growing up, I had no home. Don’t get me wrong, I wasn’t homeless. But I never had a “home town,” a sense of belonging anywhere in particular. As an Army brat. I learned early on that home was wherever I … Continue reading
The bitter election of 2020 is over; the new president of the United States has been inaugurated. Can we all move forward now?
It’s the unexpected that is often the most profound; be open to new experiences, and relish life for all its unexpectedness!
I am crying for our country this morning. I have seen my share of protests over the decades; I have witnessed horror – assassinations, riots, wars, campus uprisings and police brutality. Too many times. I remember when peaceful demonstrations in … Continue reading
Before the current Coronavirus pandemic ends, we will all be affected in ways we could not have imagined as little as a week ago. That has been brought home to me in a dozen different ways over just the past … Continue reading
There may be a crack in my armor, but I’m still in one piece. Truth be told, I sometimes feel as if I’m improving with age, like fine wine. I keep discovering things about myself, insights that took time to … Continue reading