Monthly Archives: June 2014

Being in Love: Thoughts on In the Garden

Have you ever been in love? It’s a great feeling, isn’t it? What’s it like when you fall in love? You know you’re in love when… You think of that person every single day. At random moments in the day, that person’s face pops up in your head You can’t wait to speak to that […]

Getting Rid of the Bugs in Your Soul: Thoughts on Search Me, O God

In my old apartment, I had great success growing basil plants. I had purchased a few small plants at the Montclair Historical Society’s annual herb sale. By the time it came for me to move out of my apartment, those little plants had grown. They then filled four giant flower pots, producing beautiful, gigantic leaves. […]

Clean Up the Mess: Thoughts on Is Your All On the Altar

A few years ago, I moved to my apartment in Long Island. Now, I’d lived in NJ for all my life. I was born in Princeton, grew up in Princeton Jct., went to college in New Brunswick, went to grad school in Newark, worked in South Plainfield, Piscataway, and Basking Ridge, went to church in […]

Shining the Light: Thoughts on Brighten the Corner Where You Are

Next, I’d like to share a moving story. No, it’s not a particularly touching story. It’s a story about my recent move…from New Jersey to New York… I recently moved into a new apartment. Now, it’s been a few years since I’ve moved, so I’d forgotten what the procedure is with regards to electric and […]