Dear Brian, ......... many thanks for your book. Almost every page is a joy to read! Presently I am at Ch. 17. It is beautiful, playful at times, insightful all over. It must have been a joy to write, too, emotionally and intellectually!... Above all, your book convinced me totally of the primacy of feeling that I "discovered" quite a while ago by thinking about values. I will be in a much better position to further discuss this subject. What is more, my life, which has been reasonably well most of the time, probably will change for the better ......................... I think I now understand myself and others much better. I hope to become a better teacher also, ................................................. Reimon Bachika, Professor of sociology, Bukkyo University; President, ISA (International Sociological Association) RC 07 Futures Research, Kyoto, Japan,

MUSINGS

BOOK AND DVD



Shame and Pride:Paris: A Photo Essay.
Thoughts on Paris (long download for dail up)
The Knight And The Catcher (short)
Doing Nothing Is Doing Something (short)
A Child Learns (short)
Twelve Steps To Emotional Health (VER ESTE EN ESPANOL)
How Dumbo Lost Weight and Found Happiness (short)
WHAT IT SEEMS TO TAKE TO CONNECT (short)
It's The Little Things (short)
On Death And Dying (long)
ON SCHOOL VIOLENCE
On Losing Weight (long)
Sex Is A Joke You Don't Get(short)
On His Birthday (short)
The Hindenburg As Self (short)
Ceilings (short)
Another Mother Dies (short)
A Letter To A Friend (short)
A MARRIAGE OF TRUE MINDS (long)
The Buyers and Sellers(short)

 

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ON AMAZON



MEDICAL ETHICS

NEW - REPUGNANCE WON'T DO - EMOTION - STEM CELLS AND CLONING A COMMENT

On Four Rules For Attending The Dying(short)(VER ESTE EN ESPANOL)
On How Restorative Justices Practices Might Be Applied To the Dying Process(long)

On Death And Dying (long)

TWELVE STEPS

TWELVE STEPS TO EMOTIONAL HEALTH
TWELVE STEPS TO BETTER LEARNING
TWELVE STEPS TO JUSTICE