Category Archives: Philosophy

Go for Love; Liking is for Cowards

In his New York Times op-ed piece, “Liking is for Cowards; Go for What Hurts,” Jonathon Franzen puts an interesting spin on technology and the resultant isolation from real life. He points out that technology has become an extension of our selves; that the admiration we feel for, and the attention we give to, all…

The Hollywood Musicals

  The musicals. I grew up in the 1950’s.  Music was everywhere and changing everything. The true generation-gap maker.  But the musicals were magical.  The bursting into song at the sight of a rainbow, a surrey, a mountain, a beautiful girl, a handsome boy, rain. I knew the songs by heart. I was surprised, as…

Category Archives: Philosophy

Go for Love; Liking is for Cowards

In his New York Times op-ed piece, “Liking is for Cowards; Go for What Hurts,” Jonathon Franzen puts an interesting spin on technology and the resultant isolation from real life. He points out that technology has become an extension of our selves; that the admiration we feel for, and the attention we give to, all…

The Hollywood Musicals

  The musicals. I grew up in the 1950’s.  Music was everywhere and changing everything. The true generation-gap maker.  But the musicals were magical.  The bursting into song at the sight of a rainbow, a surrey, a mountain, a beautiful girl, a handsome boy, rain. I knew the songs by heart. I was surprised, as…

Category Archives: Philosophy

Go for Love; Liking is for Cowards

In his New York Times op-ed piece, “Liking is for Cowards; Go for What Hurts,” Jonathon Franzen puts an interesting spin on technology and the resultant isolation from real life. He points out that technology has become an extension of our selves; that the admiration we feel for, and the attention we give to, all…

The Hollywood Musicals

  The musicals. I grew up in the 1950’s.  Music was everywhere and changing everything. The true generation-gap maker.  But the musicals were magical.  The bursting into song at the sight of a rainbow, a surrey, a mountain, a beautiful girl, a handsome boy, rain. I knew the songs by heart. I was surprised, as…

Category Archives: Philosophy

Go for Love; Liking is for Cowards

In his New York Times op-ed piece, “Liking is for Cowards; Go for What Hurts,” Jonathon Franzen puts an interesting spin on technology and the resultant isolation from real life. He points out that technology has become an extension of our selves; that the admiration we feel for, and the attention we give to, all…

The Hollywood Musicals

  The musicals. I grew up in the 1950’s.  Music was everywhere and changing everything. The true generation-gap maker.  But the musicals were magical.  The bursting into song at the sight of a rainbow, a surrey, a mountain, a beautiful girl, a handsome boy, rain. I knew the songs by heart. I was surprised, as…