Foolish Wisdom

I’m now 84 years old, ambulatory, monogamous, cheerful, perspicacious, self-funded and drug-free.  My life’s been interesting: conversations with Albert Einstein in Princeton before he died; drug trips with Timothy Leary at Harvard before he died.  Professor and pot-head, genius and … Continue reading

What to do about Grief

Physicians generally prescribe medication for “clinical depression” which is assumed to be physiological in aetiology.  Grief, on the other hand, is caused by the complete, permanent loss of a cherished person, place or thing.  Self-pity, which involves bitterness, is more … Continue reading