Category Archives: Age of Reconfiguration

History of a Home

Our first home is our mother’s womb from which, at birth, we are evicted. In the womb, biology manages our needs but, once out of the womb, all that changes. Some are luckier than others and continue to be nurtured … Continue reading

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Self-Isolation

Once upon a time, I wanted to live high on a hill with a view of the sea. But then I realized it meant having a car and being organized enough to buy everything I needed all at one time … Continue reading

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Beauty is Not Just for the Eyes

The other morning I was at the dining room table working on some notes. In front of me was a newly potted basil plant, a bowl of apples, and our cat, Volver, who was taking a nap on some of … Continue reading

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My Home Starts with my Body

As we age, we often begin to dislike our bodies. Pity as our home starts with our body. So if we don’t feel at home with our own selves, it’s virtually impossible to feel at home anywhere. During the Age … Continue reading

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The Pursuit of Beauty

Sissi, aka Empress Elizabeth of Austria, was fixated with her physical appearance. And the older she got, the more maniacal she became. When the first signs of aging appeared, she refused to be photographed and carried a fan to cover … Continue reading

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