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Carlos Castaneda Quotes 4

On Parenting This is proving to be a bit of a stretch, trying to locate the quote about how a hole in our luminosity occurs when we become parents. It haunts me, because I know when I read it, it … Continue reading

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Who Am I? My Search for a Family Name

As I pointed out in the poem, “My Father’s Heir” (see “The Miller Saga: Family Reunion”) I grew up thinking that my father was dead. That was before Mom wrote me “THE Letter”, which laid out some of the details … Continue reading

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Who Am I? My father’s son

If you’ve ever been in the unfortunate position of having an absentee father for most of your life, you’ll know how interesting it is to finally catch up with him when you are an adult: not only are your perceptions … Continue reading

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