In Conversation With Don Rosenthal, Part II

by Wanda Waterman The Voice Magazine, Volume 22 Issue 23 2014-06-06 “To open the closed heart one first focuses on oneself: releasing feelings of unworthiness, accepting that the heart is closed, putting space around judgments, and seeing oneself clearly and honestly.” – Don Rosenthal in Learning to Love Don and Martha Rosenthal are the authors of a number of books for couples, including Learning to Love, a marriage manual informed by their own experiences as a couple as well as their copious knowledge of psychology and spirituality. Don and Martha counsel couples in private practice and conduct weekend retreats in … Continue reading In Conversation With Don Rosenthal, Part II

Dispute Over a Very Italian Piglet

by Wanda Waterman Volume 22 Issue 23 2014-06-06 Book: Dispute Over a Very Italian Piglet Author: Amara Lakhous “If men define situations as real, they are real in their consequences.” – W.I. Thomas and D.S. Thomas (the “Thomas theorem”) “Working as a journalist, I’ve come to understand that the reality we confront has neither value nor weight. It’s the imaginary that governs our actions, or, rather, reactions.” – Amara Lakhous, Dispute Over a Very Italian Piglet Amara Lakhous was born and very well educated in Algiers, Algeria. He moved to Rome at the age of 25. What makes his contributions … Continue reading Dispute Over a Very Italian Piglet