Monthly Archives: December 2011

How to live a real life

by cheri block sabraw For the first forty years of my life, I operated on automatic. Whatever needed to be accomplished, I did. Serious problems–financial ruin, death, divorce, betrayal, disease–only occurred in the rich literature I was teaching to my … Continue reading

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Lowfat or nonfat Yoga

by cheri block I wore a sleeveless dress to a holiday affair last night. For that newfound freedom, I thank yoga. I’ve become the most obnoxious kind of convert, telling everyone, including Joanie, the Chinese owner of USA Cleaners, about … Continue reading

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Joe and Siddhartha

by cheri block Had his lungs and heart held out for just six more months, Joe would have been eighty years old today. His presence in my life was like a bonfire that burned for forty-five years with an endless … Continue reading

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