A Few Seashells From my Beach

January 5, 2017 § Leave a comment

During the past sixty or seventy years I have picked up a few scraps of prose and poetry.  Some of them inspired me.  Some made me smile.  Some related to my private life.  Some were chosen as part of my life as  a lawyer.  Some expressed my doubts and fruitless quests for certainty.  I kept them and reviewed them when I needed inspiration.

I do not share these because I have any claim to wisdom nor with any intent to be condescending.  I have reviewed them because I need words to offer me hope as I contemplate the empowerment of a dangerous foe.  I especially recommend the wisdom of Benjamin Franklin Louis Brandeis.  They remind me that we have faced and survived danger before.


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