What we memorialize, what we erase

What we memorialize, and how, profoundly shapes our world. You wouldn’t know there was a vet in my family history My cousin Harv was serving in the U.S. Army when
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Due to emerge: cicadas and me

I may be wrestling with a whole new round of decisions about how to emerge from Pandemic isolation. But for the 17-year cicadas, emerging is a no-brainer: any day now
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Passover in the wake of plague: 2021

Passover in the wake of Covid-19 It is time for the Great Annual Story-telling of the Exodus, and time to revisit the grand sweep of my  personal and tribal freedom.
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Vaccination Envy: Won’t Anyone Card Me?

I’m over 75! Please card me. Please! Vaccination envy. Really. Having made many adjustments, (and maladjustments!) to Pandemic conditions eleven months ago, the prospect of more change, more decisions, when and
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On Black Bodies in A Groundhog Year

After ten months of privileged, demanding, yet hardly ruinous self-isolation, time is losing its grip on my White Body. One day is so much like another that I have ordered
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Help bring back the world

Impeachment Redux: the House has impeached the sitting President a second time – – a necessary and insufficient action to rectify events, the extent of which will not be even
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About Sara

Sara Eisenberg is a healer, herbalist, activist and elder. A life-long learner, Sara draws on her many years of questioning, practice, training, and experience as a guide, facilitator and educator in community, academic, and spiritually-based settings. She is the founder of A Life of Practice, her online home where she integrates her work in Nondual Kabbalistic Healing, Herbal Medicine and Radical Inquiry with A Life of Practice©. She meets with clients in her Baltimore office and online.

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