Why do we marry for love nowadays? The peculiarity of this now pervasive social arrangement struck me as I read a fascinating historical novel this month, Augustus, by John Williams. […]
Legend goes – no one is sure whether it is true or not – that once a beautiful dancer suggested to George Bernard Shaw that they should have a child together. […]
This past month I read a fascinating book on marriage. It was the sort of pleasurable, impulsive reading you do not because you have to but because that’s the book […]
There is a song which has been following me lately. Everywhere I go it is playing – at the coffee shop, the radio throughout the day – and it is […]
“Look at that!” To my surprise, there was a check in my mailbox last week. It usually contains only bills to be paid and pizza delivery flyers. Twice a year […]
It is not that we do not know about commitment anymore. Instead, other commitments have taken the place of marriage. They come with their own limitations and burdens.
I’d like to take this time to draw all of your attention to a tragedy that happens every day right before our eyes: verbicide, “the murder of a word.” Each […]