My musings today are another iteration of things I have mentioned on numerous occasions before. Yet, given we have just celebrated Eid ul-Fitr, which marks the end of Ramadan, it seem an appropriate time to share my thoughts again. Yesterday, my sons and I spent the day with extended family and had a memorable timeContinue reading “The Completeness of Being Incomplete”
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Absence Makes the Heart Grow…
…fonder? Not always true. Unfortunately, life is not so simple. There are actually times when the absence of a person is a chance for those left behind to heal and recover from gaping wounds. …calmer? That is more akin to the reality my sons and I have experienced over these last six years. Having beenContinue reading “Absence Makes the Heart Grow…”
Every Day is Mother’s Day
It is a curious Western tradition that today sees many people around the world celebrate their Mother. There is no doubt that the intention behind the idea of singling out a specific day to dedicate to all mothers, in recognition of their unconditional love and service to their families, is a commendable one. However, IContinue reading “Every Day is Mother’s Day”
Who’s Watching Me?
Every time I put a new post up on my site, I wonder which inadvertent stranger will stumble across my musings and either nod in approval or shake their head in despair. I cannot help but be curious when I see how far and wide the readers are located. They have stretched from Canada toContinue reading “Who’s Watching Me?”