In 2018, I was honored to give a speech at the 9/11 San Diego Stair Climb – a memorial for the fallen firefighters who perished
When I see this photo of myself, I see me at Woodstock; as a drummer, anti-war activist marching on Washington, and a 19-year-old kid making
National Spouses Day (January 26) and Valentine’s Day (February 14) aren’t just about the mushy, romantic sides of being in a relationship. Don’t get me
The Lost Art of Compressing Time We all live in the stream bed of time. Sometimes the waters move agonizingly slow and we ache for
For a lot of us, Father’s Day, 2017, will be a mixed blessing. It will be a day of both great sorrow and great joy.
Do you ever feel like you simply have no more to give? During the course of a normal life—whether it’s with aging parents or overextended
What happens when comedy crosses the line of good taste and poking becomes slashing. Some of us grew up with humor as a love language.
Writing my new book, Courageous Aging (Morgan James, Spring 2017), has been quite the education. With more than 10,000 Americans turning 65 every day, the
Years ago, I was giving a speech at a conference in Iowa when a middle-aged farmer told me a story I have never forgotten. This
I recently struggled with the idea that I could not absorb any more of my 92-year old mother’s love, which got me thinking about how,