Like many of my generation, this is rather daunting. Thankfully, it is logical to my son, Tal, who is sitting next to me and patiently tolerating my questions, slow pace, and hesitations. Anyway, it has come time for me to share some of the ideas, musings, conclusions, and experiences that are scribbled in the book, which sits next to my bed, called,” Good ideas that I will probably never do.” I am certain that there are many books like this on bedside tables, bathroom cabinets, and cluttered work desks that are waiting to be discovered. I jokingly proclaim that my book will serve to prove that I had come up with a worthy idea that was “stolen” so that people will say, “Gosh, we let another genius go by without the recognition that he deserved.”
Anyway, I will probably enjoy this adventure more than you might enjoy reading it. It all depends on what interests you, I suppose. The blog will most certainly contain reference to some of my published narratives about Dolphin Therapy, growing up in the south bronx, living with parents who were Holocaust Survivors, and various short narratives emerging from my substantial clinical experience as a clinical psychologist, as well as fictional and factual pieces.