About Andy

  • Website: http://www.deepfeeling.com or email
  • Biography: I work as a mind/body psychotherapist at the Hippocrates Health Institute in West Palm Beach, Florida. I was married to Lynne for 23 years, and we lived in Jupiter, Florida for 18. Lynne has a son, Eli, and I have a daughter, Kaia, who's married to Dan. Kaia and Dad have two daughters, Kira and Nava, and that little family has lived in California, Australia, Bali, and Costa Rica.

Posts by Andy:

Never boring

on Dec 14, 2011 with No Comments
in Quotes, self-knowledge

“There is one thing about the inner world, about the inner journey, that is incredibly fascinating; it is never the same. We are changing, and this landscape inside is infinite. A little bit of a turn, and you see something completely different. The word ‘boring’ does not apply to the world within; never is it boring.”
–Prem Rawat

Happy holidays!

on Dec 14, 2011 with No Comments
in family
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A Short List of Odd But True Things

on Jan 30, 2010 with No Comments
in crazy facts

1.  Rubber bands last longer when  refrigerated.
2.  Peanuts are one of the  ingredients of dynamite.
3.  The national anthem of Greece has 158 verses. No one
in Greece has memorized all 158  verses.
4.  There are 293 ways to make  change for a dollar.
5.  The average secretary’s left  hand does 56% of the typing.
6.  A shark is the [...]

Look At a City

on Jan 30, 2010 with No Comments
in poetry

I wrote this poem while I was asleep. (No kidding)

Look at a city
with all its
human complexity.
Then look at
snowflakes falling,
all so
Now watch
the city melt
in the warmth
of your hand.

Clear Vision

on Dec 10, 2009 with No Comments
in Quotes, self-knowledge

“Your vision will become clear only when you look into your heart. Who looks outside, dreams. Who looks inside, awakens.” —-Carl Jung

How Can Your Hand, So Little

on Nov 28, 2009 with No Comments
in poetry

How did you get the stars
yesterday hung-up
in a loose night sky,
reclusive,                remote,                removed,
to join
in constellations?

How did you get the humid wind
that last night
carried only mosquitoes
to leave its rain outdoors
and breeze its way
past curtains and cradle
just to butterfly
your skin with kisses?

Time Carnivorous

on Nov 28, 2009 with No Comments
in poetry

Time carnivorous never ceases licking lips,
Biting away at me
it rips
me off
bit by bit,
thought by thought,
in chore and bore.
Tomorrow slithers by,
drooling over today’s mistakes,
gorging on yesterday’s ideals.
Feeding in frenzy
sucking sweet seconds
milking my marrow.
If I don’t watch it,
it’ll gut me.
If I do,
it’ll drain me.
I’m telling time:
“Go swallow your own tail
and get off mine!”
Once and for all,
As far [...]

My dad, age 16

on Nov 28, 2009 with No Comments
in family, memory lane, photography

Willa wagging

on Nov 22, 2009 with No Comments
in family, funny, photography

Hang on

on Nov 19, 2009 with No Comments
in Quotes, self-knowledge

“There is something that keeps happening in my good days and in my bad days. All the things that I call good or bad are irrelevant to the fact that something else is going on. The coming and going of this breath is automatic, and due to this magnificent thing, I am alive. All the [...]