Monthly Archives: September 2014

History and Beyond and Being Written Down in the Book of Life

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I come from a heritage where history and tradition are all important. Indeed, as a Jew, I have often felt as if history has been more important than the present. I don’t often write about Judaism here and I’m not …

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Me on Better After 50

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The well-read and very widely circulated ezine, Better After 50, has asked to run an article about me, my writings, my teaching, and why Cambodia. It’s been published today and I’m rather chuffed to be able to pass it on …

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Writing Through Cambodia Training Session

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Fancy an adventure? Or even a day’s dream of one? Then come along to one of my Writing Through Cambodia training sessions! I am very excited to tell everyone, especially my friends in New England, that the first Training Session …

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Writing vs Teaching

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‘vs’? Really? I have spent a lot of time this summer pondering just that. Teaching has always been a large part of my career, starting with the occasional workshop in my kids’ schools, and then moving on to: * workshops …

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