Tag: depression

  • Summer Moon, Stars & Sun

    Nineteen years ago, I was 2O. And depressed about it. The simple fact of my birthday launched me into my first bout of “clinical” [i.e. serious, prolonged and intense] depression. It was not to be the last. Stuck in the gray quicksand of despondency, shell shocked after so many years of being sheltered, shepherded and […]

  • Clear Lens Moments

    It was one of those days when the air was washed and polished like a lens. Everything was crisp and clear. Springtime in California. I could see each individual leaf shimmering on the tree and was simultaneously taking in the whole tree in its magnificent glory. The colors were more vivid, the wind more meaningful, […]