People I’ve Met Along Th...

Feb 15, 2012 by

Some the earliest recollections of my childhood are of watching my dad play the banjo, saxophone and drums. He and my mother were...

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Why I want to be Autumn De Wil...

Jan 14, 2012 by

For the majority of early childhood, I knew who I wanted to be when I grew up: Snow White, of course. I had planned my future of...

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The Constant

Sep 11, 2011 by

Taken as a part my [three-six-five] project (the photographer’s challenge of taking a photograph a day for an entire year),...

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A Night At Mickey’s Monk...

Sep 7, 2011 by

From the JWSIII series: People I’ve Met Along the Way Author’s prologue: The year 1965 was wrought with political upheaval and...

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Music and Lyrics

Aug 30, 2011 by

Editor’s Note:  This is the debut offering from an extraordinary find:  Alexandra Wallace.  To label her a photographer...

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He Who Can, Does: He Who Can N...

May 18, 2011 by

“He Who Can, Does: He Who Can Not, Teaches”– George Bernard Shaw, 1903. Really? But I thought, “It takes a village to raise a child”–...

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Memory, A Double Edged Sword

Sep 29, 2010 by

                Recently I visited with a 98-year-old woman who was simply delightful. Her...

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Practice Makes Perfect: Being ...

Jul 2, 2010 by

I was talking to a piano student yesterday about practice. Although this is a typical subject frequently and repetitively discussed...

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Playing for Change – Sta...

Mar 19, 2010 by

This video is a guest contribution by Ann Smith Life is a collection of invaluable moments. Grab each one. Empower it with the...

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It’s all in the perspect...

Mar 14, 2010 by

http://www.momentscount.com/Audio_Podcast/2010/AllInPerspective.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (10.0MB)iPhones use the...

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Seasons of Love

Jan 16, 2010 by

In 1996, the composer and playwright Jonathan Larson gave the world a song which alters the course of lives, and will continue to...

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Power in the sea of change

Nov 12, 2009 by

The dramatic moments of our lives cause instantaneous and sometimes cataclysmic change. But even without drama, even in our calm we...

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