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Big Ben at midnight.  London.

By Michelina Docimo 2010 is coming to a close and with the remaining days of the year I feel wedged between the arms of a stuck clock – in a state of rest and the other diametrically in motion.  As many travelers struggle to make their way back home or escape to their get-a-way after [...]

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Green Question Mark

By: Michelina Docimo Of course money matters but imagine a world in which it didn’t?  What would matter then?  How would we measure wealth?

Image of Jo Yarrington's The Moneychangers

What Remains when All Insignificant Things Must Disappear? By: Michelina Docimo Outside Trinity Church, perched on the empty flagstone courtyard facing Wall Street, lightly rests Steve Tobin’s bronze sculpture, Roots.  Recovered from the suffocating rubble of collapsed concrete and shattered glass from the 9/11 attacks, this massive root structure from a seventy-year old sycamore tree [...]

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By Michelina Docimo When December rolls around, we begin to feel – well, feel.  It can be nostalgic, cheerful, blue, anxious, or merry and bright.  Something happens during the rush of the season, an unconscious slow-down, a separation of material and spiritual needs, the unfolding of a story.  Peace on earth and good will to [...]