... perhaps in the end the message of Armenians is more particular than mere persistence. Perhaps, if there exists a deeper possibility in the psyche of this ancient, sturdy, and minor race, it is this: the capacity of a people for proceeding beyond nationhood... To be an Armenian has meant that one has been... free to attempt the struggle of an ordinary life, and to dream more modest dreams, and to try to deal with one's dreams as best one could.
"The Passage to Ararat," by Michael J. Arlen
Who I am in the most basic and general terms, including information like what I'm interested in and who I live with.
A chronological log of books I've read, started in May 2006.
This letter explains both what I believe and why I chose to be a member of Third Haven Monthly Meeting.
An obituary for my grandfather, owner of BioMolecular Products, Inc. and inventor of Lym-X-Sorb ™, written by my mother.