Monthly Archives: August 2018

A Revolution in Little Steps

I recently drove by the campus of the University of Washington and was flooded with memories.  My time as a student there had been transformative for me.  I entered in one generational universe and exited in another. Fifty years ago it was 1968 and I was getting ready to start my sophomore year.  Robert Kennedy and Martin Luther King had been assassinated.  Riots had torn through … Continue reading A Revolution in Little Steps »

The Practice of Listening

I once thought wisdom was the exclusive domain of old folks but I’ve discovered some of my most important lessons have been taught by the very young.  One such lesson came from my nephew Jack when he was all of six years old.  I was newly sober and still stinging from a number of painful losses.  At the time I kept pretty much to myself as I felt … Continue reading The Practice of Listening »

A Thought on “Just a Thought”

  Thank you all for taking time to read Just a Thought.  Marsha and I so enjoy bringing the posts to life each week. It was 10 years ago that I first began sharing thoughts with fellow travelers in recovery.  In 2015, at the suggestion of Geoff Nixon and Matias Caccione, the weekly Just a Thought blog was born.  The midwife to birthing each post has been … Continue reading A Thought on “Just a Thought” »