For years I worked to keep the different pieces of my life separate and compartmentalized. It felt safer that way. But it was hard work, and it often kept me from experiencing myself as a whole and integrated person. Now that I’m approaching 70, it’s high time for me to put it all together and be what I am in the time I have left. It would be awkward, after all, if at my funeral different friends were to tell stories about me that came as complete news to other friends, who had no idea. So, in this web site, I am working towards my integrity — integrity not only in the common sense of honesty and openness, but in the special sense of togetherness and completeness. This will take some time and some work, but it’s what I feel motivated to do now.
I’m writing primarily for myself, and secondarily for my kids, but you’re welcome to look over my shoulder and kibitz if you feel inspired or annoyed. This web site is a work in progress, and I welcome your suggestions and contributions.