"I am building my capacity for love now, so it can sustain me later." —Alanna Shaikh, on Alzheimer's lessons and the love of her father.
A reflection that life-altering moments are often informed through faith and a conviction and willingness to submit to that faith — setting aside a life of certainty and proceeding without a road map.
A moving visual reflection on memory and relationships, absence and loss, and on the frail, tender love between family members.
Marie Howe uses poetry to explore disagreement + the distance between people.
If you've had a long day and are looking for a moment of reflection, watch Carolina LaBranche's lovely two-minute homage to her mother.
Not a few days had passed when an episode of Mr. Rogers appeared on my family's Tivo as a suggestion. I don't know if PBS has just recently begun rebroadcasting the show, but I decided to see if my kids could connect with him, considering that they watch almost nothing but cartoons.