The Silence

Many of you have been kind enough to email me and ask, “What’s up? How come no more blog postings?” I was very flattered to get messages like that, and to know that someone actually reads what I write. I never started down the “blog path” for the benefit of any readers, but to write for me–whenever I felt like it. But, that being said, I’m pleased to know that there is an audience, albeit small, for my musings. In fact, I am honored that anyone else cares.

The short answer is that I have had a lot on my mind, lately–both personal and professional– things that I didn’t want the whole world to see. (The blog isn’t for everything, ya’ know). But, I will try to post my musings on a more regular basis from now on. So, stay tuned! Heeeeeeeeeeeeees back!

On this coming Saturday evening, I have the great honor of introducing my good friend, former Illinois Senator Adlai E. Stevenson III as the 2005 commencement speaker for the Chicago School of Professional Psychology, where I am privileged to serve as a trustee. I spent a great deal of time writing my introductory comments. He is a wonderful man, and a good friend. And, I want to honor him with my words.

I hope that it goes well.

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