Grief and Arancini

It’s Good Friday and we are 28 days into the quarantine period due to Covid-19. My grandmother, “Granzie” died last week. My heart broke twice; once when she died and again when we learned she tested positive for Coronavirus a few days ago. I hated that she was one of the statistics, those cold, hardContinue reading “Grief and Arancini”


My parents introduced me to world religions and meditation from an early age. At Boston College, a Jesuit school, I learned more about world religions and earned a BA in Psychology. At 20 years old, my best friend passed away from leukemia. In my deep depression, I found that focusing on compassion for another human,Continue reading “Sojourn”