Hurt

Hurt. There’s a lot of that going around. Many of us hurt because of what’s going on in the world. And we cannot hug our loved ones in the pandemic time. In Manitoba, we can’t even gather with anyone outside our home as of Thursday. Lockdown 2.0. I felt really stirred up today learning ofContinue reading “Hurt”

Father and Son

Back before the pandemic lockdown, before all the changes thrust upon us from the outside, and before all those changes we perhaps sought in ourselves, maybe often in solitude (or to be more blunt, in straight-on loneliness), I shared a post about the song, “Where Do the Children Play,” by Yusuf / Cat Stevens. TodayContinue reading “Father and Son”

Where Do the Children Play?

While driving home the other night, we heard this song on SiriusXM radio’s The Bridge, a soft-rock stream.  It’s another one of those childhood memories for me; the album, Tea for the Tillerman was regularly played in our home, though I don’t recall who introduced it in the family. Another Yusuf / Cat Stevens song,Continue reading “Where Do the Children Play?”