Love in the Time of Cholera

One thought kept returning to me while reading Love in the Time of Cholera: Gabriel García Márquez must have been a wonderful lover. I’m not talking about sex. I am talking about the spiritual side of love. Anyone who writes about love with the depth he does must have the capacity for an abundance ofContinue reading “Love in the Time of Cholera”

Music 101: Gratitude

One of the most valuable lessons I learned as a musician came from Carlos Santana. He said that when you work on your instrument – learning scales and patterns, working repetitiously until your playing flows naturally – you should not think of it as ‘practice.’ Practice is a chore. Instead, you should think of it,Continue reading “Music 101: Gratitude”

Day 31

Day 31 – Total confirmed cases in US: 609,685. The world will have it’s 2 millionth confirmed case today. Not even this devastating pestilence can stop the sunrise from coming. And these darkest of days have a light, no matter how dim… I pull the blanket I made from warm thoughts of you around myContinue reading “Day 31”