A drawing of a dark man with a white man in his chest, who in turn has a red door in his.

Reading Time: 8 minutes Aromas can captivate the soul and bring us so many memories. Memories of joy, hurt and those that have healed my spirit. I have, I admit, took a great risk to hold onto the aroma that reminds me of love, love that only my grandmother could give me. Saying goodbye is never easy, especially if […]

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A bright painting of two nearly identifical girls.

Reading Time: 5 minutes I visited Budapest while studying abroad in Vienna and it brought home some ancestral recollections in my 5/8 Slavically Jewish memory. I came across a stylish neo-Renaissance house that was built on Andrassy Street, a picturesque boulevard not far from the Danube, in 1880. For decades the building served as a venue for pleasant social […]

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An abstact painting of white, red, black, yello and blue colors.

Reading Time: 2 minutes “Grief Is the Thing with Feathers” (by Max Porter) is a great name for a book, but mourning is not usually associated with flight. Sometimes it feels heavy and exhausting and impossible to recover from. Speaking from experience I know this to be true. I also know that there is a way through this weighty, […]

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