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There’s no such place as home!

This is a very personal conversation from a few years ago with two school chums from boarding school days who. like me, grew up in India, Pakistan and other places and who, like me, are “third culture kids”, also known … View full post

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Moving sets you in motion

This, my third Tidings program (broadcast in 2008) was based on actual notes from the journal I kept during my move from Manhattan to Mattituck (1999) after which I shared my odyssey during conversations with three others who described the upheaval and the uplifting experiences of their moves. … View full post

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Moving sets you in motion

 I’m thinking of moving. I’ve set myself in motion. It’s a very big move. It’s the doing of it that’s big, not so much the getting there or being there. It’s pulling up eleven years of roots and hoping not … View full post

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Writing letters (Part I): a conversation with Jenny Bhatt

This is the first of a two-part series on the art, craft and practice of letter writing.  An avid letter writer myself, I invited Jenny Bhatt, a kindred spirit and editor of Storyacious, a fine new literary magazine in which … View full post

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Happy New Year leafages

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Human Rights Day: Bill Hass

On December 10, 1948,  at the United Nations General Assembly, Eleanor Roosevelt was the first to proclaim to the world the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.  On Human Rights Day sixty-six years later, Bill Hass, United Nations veteran and president … View full post

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