First Person Singular

The power of asking

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Jeri Bodemar speaks of the power of asking.


Jeri Bodemar is a member of the Earth Democracy committee of the Santa Cruz Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom.

Australia

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Paul Gratz shares lessons learned about water management.


Paul Gratz lives in Santa Cruz and is the co-author of Measure P, the right-to-vote-on-desal.

Where There Is Injury

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Nancy Grace Nuss shares some of the insights that have come to her since the accident.


Nancy Grace Nuss is currently writing a book called, ‘Where there is Injury.’

Soul Retrieval

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Joni Russell retrieved her soul thru joblessness.


Joni Russell is a local artist living in the Santa Cruz mountains.

WomenCARE

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Alan Ritch tells us about the disadvantage of the diamond lane.


Alan Ritch is a retired UC librarian. He regularly drives WomenCARE clients.

Torture Awareness

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Jane McCormick Crowley points out that June is more than just joy.


Jane McCormick Crowley is a peace activist living in Santa Cruz.

Shakespeare

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Don Coolman shares his experience with Shakespeare.


Don Coolman recently retired and lives in Santa Cruz.

Reflections while swimming

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Jeri Bodemar often reflects while swimming.


Jeri Bodemar loves her moving meditation every other day in Watsonville.

Love

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Shell-Oceanna shares her epiphany of love.


Shell-Oceanna is living with the love of her life near the ocean.

Caramba

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Olga Cossi  says, “Caramba.”


Olga Cossi writes books for children and adults. She lives at Sorrento Oaks.