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The Oldest Person I Ever Knew

Science suggests that memories are unreliable because the more times we remember an event, the less clear that memory becomes. With each remembering your brain replaces the original with a copy, the copy you’ve just remembered. It is like recording a pre-recorded show on an old VHS, then recording it again to another. Each time… Continue reading The Oldest Person I Ever Knew

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Haiku Writing and Calligraphy Class

I have had the privilege these last few months of working with a student in his calligraphy class. I do most of the work right alongside him, just helping him keep things in order and stay focused. Our last assignment of the year is a project around Haikus, that ancient poetry form so often used… Continue reading Haiku Writing and Calligraphy Class