Welcome to Reflections Across the Spectrum: Stories and reflections on an unpredictable array of topics for readers from Baby Boomers to Millennials, as well as the just plain curious in between.
The 50 posts since the launch of Reflections in 2016 have, if nothing else, certainly ranged across a broad, perhaps absurd, spectrum. In addition to writing about my experience battling cancer– for the most part happily, and “life lessons” learned over the course of my legal career, I’ve shared my thoughts on such random topics as Pain, hitchhiking across America, the 23rd Psalm, my love of the NYC subways, the bum rap Millennials get, books that have moved me, the travails of learning to play jazz piano as an older adult, the wonders of Maine’s loons and mergansers, and the ups and downs of aging, including the challenges we lucky ones face as we transition from all-consuming careers to our next, perhaps final chapter.
As for what topics will come next? I have no idea. In any event, I’ve enjoyed writing these posts, have learned in the process, and hope that others have enjoyed reading at least a few of them in the past and will continue to do so in the future. I’ve received valuable feedback over time and hope you’ll continue to share your thoughts with me and, when you’re comfortable, other readers as well.