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Monthly Archives: June 2013
Some of us spend years, if not decades, mulling over our lives, trying to realize what it is that makes up happy and feel fulfilled. Many never find the answer, while others seem to know from the day they were … Continue reading
Let’s face it. We are all recovering from something, because, if we weren’t, that would mean we are perfect, which none of us are. To many of us, admitting we are recovering, or “in recovery,” tells the world we are … Continue reading
What better day to honor my beloved, late father, and devote to my blog, than Father’s Day? Although Irving Goldstein passed away on January 23, 1999, my father has been on my mind every single day, and as time has … Continue reading
Today marks nine years I have been home from prison, and being a free man is something that only those who have spent time behind bars can truly understand and appreciate. Not being required to ask such simple questions, such … Continue reading