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I was 17 when I took the job at the nursing home. I was living a lost life and the nursing aid job, sports and high school studies kept my head barely above water. My senior year I worked night … Continue reading
I step into the ring and am summoned to the center….looking right into myself. I hear the referee’s instructions like a faint, tinny, hollow echo. I never lose my gaze as I back up to the corner and hear my … Continue reading
When I was a junior in high school I had a basketball coach who told me the reason I couldn’t move laterally was because I weighed too much. He then told my dad to enlist me in a diet program … Continue reading
1989- Nursing home work- Wheatridge, Colorado. Typical 3pm-11pm shift- Fluorescent bulbs evenly lighting each floor tile as I head into the routine of baths, dinner and bed. I’m surrounded by greatness not remembered. Interment camp survivors, an interpreter from the … Continue reading
When I was a kid, I felt depressed a lot…….I was angry and a brooder. I really focused on what I didn’t have, what I wasn’t, what I imagined I could not be. I liked to hide out in my … Continue reading
We are coming up on 5 years this October. I look in the mirror each morning and think, “You are doing this?!!” It’s nothing at all like I thought. I had no idea my vision looked like this and now … Continue reading
The gym is a refuge for many. A refuge for and from what? Boxing is the representation of the rhythms in life. It acts out episodes from our life outside the ropes and illuminates mysteries stuck in the mind. Boxing … Continue reading
Our lives are patterns…..patterns of thought, movement and behavior. I’m on the fence about whether we change patterns, only get more aware or do both. I was watching some old footage of Greg from when he boxed in Hawaii…..and was … Continue reading