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  • Am I Worthy?

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    Out Louders, I have an important question, Do you think that if your book is self-published that makes it not as good as if it were published by a  publishing company? The reason I’m asking is because I’ve noticed quite often when I’ve told people that my book is being published, they find a way […]

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  • Fearfully Out Loud

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    I haven’t been feeling great recently about my forthcoming book ‘Live Out Loud – A Masterclass In Being Yourself’. There’s been a low-level anxiety creeping around the borders of my consciousness and I haven’t wanted to engage with it. But what I do know is that uneasy feeling has a lot to do with the fact it’s being […]

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  • Voices and Quiet.

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    It’s been a while since I communicated with you but I have felt your presence very close. Since my father passed away in April, I have felt the need to stay IN QUIET and the idea of writing at all seemed somehow elusive. That is curious since I know for many people, writing is deeply […]

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  • Simple Pleasures: Being With My Sis

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    There’s a soft, cool breeze blowing through my study window. So different from last weekend when me and my sis spend at least five hours on the road to and from Brighton; the motorways are heavy with traffic and the sun hot. Although the scenery’s fresh and green, it feels unbearably warm in the car and […]

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  • Simple Pleasures No 15: The Red Box On The Counter Top.

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    It’s a few weeks since my beloved father passed and we are in the middle of Passover and eating a lot of matzos. As I contemplate my breakfast this morning, I think about the significance of these ritual foods in our lives. How important they are. How meaningful. How comforting. The predictability and certainty of […]

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  • Simple Pleasures Number 14: Packing A Suitcase

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    As the grandaughter of Jewish immigrants from Eastern Europe, many pieces of wisdom about how to survive – and thrive – in a sometimes hostile world were imparted to me as I grew up. Some of this wisdom blended in to the background like the Yiddish that my parents sometimes spoke to each other when […]

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