It’s March again. This time last year I was preparing for hip replacement surgery and looking forward to our son’s wedding in May. You probably know the rest of this story — on March 17 my hip surgery was cancelled, the wedding was postponed, and our world continued its spiral into the COVID-19 pandemic.
Now, almost a year later […]
“The simplest acts of kindness are by far more powerful than a thousand heads bowing in prayer.” ~ Mahatma Gandhi
Probably like many of you after these last tumultuous weeks, I am wondering what’s next? How to deal with the deep discouragement?
And then I read an article about Mike Bloomberg, and was drawn to the term ‘Tikkun Olam […]
Did I ever love narrating this script! The story of the early days of Las Vegas has it all, with intriguing and colorful characters as well as details I never knew about the beginnings of this great city. To my surprise, while reading the script I became aware it was a lot like narrating an audiobook, although certainly shorter. Ente […]
Arthur Brooks, President of the American Enterprise Institute, writes that the moral foundation everyone shares is the wish for a compassionate society with a sense of fairness. Brooks is the author of Love Your Enemies: How Decent People Can Save America From Our Culture of Contempt. He says the importance of a moral foundation and sen […]
What is a voiceover brand rooted in heart and love energy doing in the world of political advertising? Turns out a lot, because advertising for causes and candidates that are heart-centered is the future. People tune out attack ads, and I don’t want to be a part of that. Instead, I’d like to use my voice for causes and candidates that […]
… and hello again. We found this blog when updating to the new website. It was gone and sort of forgotten as you can see, as the last entry was 5-years ago. I loved reading it again — I was blogging here before I started the New World Kirtan podcast, and if you scroll down you can read entries that relate to that. I’ll […]
There is a river flowing now very fast. It is so great and swift that there are those who will be afraid.
They will try to hold on to the shore. They will feel they are being torn apart and will suffer greatly.
Know that the river has its destination.
The elders say we must let go of the shore, push off into the middle of the river, k […]
First posted Mon, 22 Dec 2008
Several of my friends have asked for my Mom’s pizzelle recipe, and I’m happy to share it here. But get ready to dive in, as there are many schools of thought as to what makes the perfect pizzelle.
In our extended family there’s an unresolved schism over pizzelles. Several of us insist t […]
Well . . . at that point over a year ago I decided to move the Kitzie’s Voice blog to Blogger–the reason why now escapes me. Then Blogger (and Google) lost this blog, and several months of content, and has been unable to find it despite numerous emails to various support entities at both organizations–damn your eyes […]