How Zen Masters Die

December 24, 2014 Jeff Warren 0

Tell it to no one but the wise For most will mock it right away The truly living do I prize Those who long in flame to die.  . . . Distance cannot slow your […] […]

Remembering What Is

December 24, 2014 Joey Smith 0

My little dog is very old now. I miss the younger dog, once admired by the likes of Paul McCartney, Kim Basinger, Anne Hathaway, and the steady stream of New York City strollers who have […] […]

Aftermath

April 14, 2014 admin 0

Suicide is less an act than a tale of the soul. – M. Jouhandeau Since far back into the recesses of time, women have washed their man’s body, preparing him for the grave; they have […] […]

Stanley Siegel, LCSW – Exquisite Unions: Final AIDS

June 24, 2013 Editor 0

[An excerpt from The Patient Who Cured His Therapist: And Other Stories of Unconventional Therapy by Psychology Tomorrow’s Editor-in-Chief Stanley Siegel] I was teaching family therapy at the University of California at Berkeley and working with the AIDS Project […]