A Modest Proposal

In 1729 Jonathan Swift suggested we stew, roast, bake, or boil the excess of poor children who were clearly becoming a drain on society's resources. Not to mention their filthy, begging hands and faces were detracting from the quaint storefronts of beautified down towns and the general, picturesque landscapes of a country. His solution was…Read more A Modest Proposal

The Weight of the World

Dr. Warren Larkin of Warren Larkin Associates, asked if there is a link between childhood trauma and a person's ability to successfully manage symptoms of diabetes. This was my response. Dr. Warren, Thank you for your work and great question. My response pertains to independent research conducted in the U.S, along with global research on…Read more The Weight of the World

The Camel and the Scorpion

We've been home two days. Dreaming resumed after stuffing our faces with centuries old art created by either the typical, deviant aristocracy, those men who had the choice to forgo their family's pursuit of traditional wealth in favor of  living abroad with unsanctioned partners painting en plein air, feigning a pauper's life to master the illusion of…Read more The Camel and the Scorpion