"Life is so Sweet"

Celebrating the Anniversary of Karen’s Passing

December 9 – Darshan with Karen

The Karen “sightings” continue to build, so let’s celebrate her Yahrzeit together.

Yahrzeit is a Yiddish word meaning the anniversary of a death. Karen passed on December 9, which also serves as the culmination of my 12-month mission to “actively engage the grieving process.” What does that mean? Not taking any experiences, feelings, inner promptings, or invitations for granted and acting on them without doubt or hesitation.

Yes, the completion of my twelve-month vow of radical acceptance is coming up, and I’m surprised no one used the secret decoder ring to get their feet rubbed.

Did the Grand Life Reset I hoped for take place? My answer: If you sit on the dock hoping to see the tide rise, you will fail to notice the rising boats.

The Saturday Evening:

  • 6:00 pm – Chai and fellowship. Hors d’oeuvres and light foodies (gratefully received)
  • 7:00 pm – Program: Sharing Circle. Topic: – “Where’s Karen? – Exploring the Veils”
  • 7:45 pm – Musical presentation: Cyndi Craven
  • 8:30 pm – Video: “Life is So Sweet”
  • 8:45 pm – Closing circle

All times are approximate

December 10: Seeking donation of a heart-lung machine. 

Please email me to RSVP.


615 Sycamore Street, Decatur GA


Karen with Waldo
Karen with Reshad Feild, 1980
Bruce and Karen, Campbell Cove, TN, 2019