Realistic Resolutions

By Harriet P. Gross   January is a lesson in history, named for the ancient Roman god Janus, whose two faces looked backward and forward at the same time. We do that kind of looking ourselves, every New Year. But it’s not the same. We tend to push that old year away and focus full

The Beautiful Lights of the Holidays

By Harriet P. Gross The thing I find saddest about the December holiday season is that these days, it seems to begin right after Halloween.  Or maybe even a bit before that…with Thanksgiving crammed in between, just like the stuffing in the turkey. The thing I like best about this December holiday

A Time for Understanding

What a time we are in! Don’t you find it hard to anticipate a happy holiday season with everything that’s going on? I don’t really have to enumerate, but it’s hard not to mention what seem to be unnecessarily quick gunshots from police personnel – what appear as random shootings by many others

Choosing a Casket – Have Some Fun!

Whoever said the universal experiences are death and taxes was right.  We don’t have much to say about taxes, and often not much about the way we die.  But more and more people are making decisions about what they or their loved ones will be buried in when they do die.  Some very oddball decisions

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