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Rifo, Alive at Any Age
Compiled and Edited
by Donna Hardy
look at me now and see what I have done since I came to the United
States, my work with VISTA, with Cesar Chavez and the United Farm
Workers, with Catholic Worker and the Alternative to Violence
Project, and they tell me they are sad that I wasted fifty years
of my life living at home in Chile with my parents. I say No,
this was a molding time, a training for what was to come later.
Now I am having a wonderful life. Now I live with myself and I
am very happy."
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of the Longest Night
by Clare Morris Clare Morris, Ph.D. teacher, psychotherapist and
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leads weekend retreats and ongoing groups for which she shapes
unexpected writing experiences as tools for self-exploration.
She is a psychotherapist, poet, and writer; a wife, mother, grandmother,
colleague, and friend. She lives in Santa Rosa, California.
She is the
author of Songs to a Watchful Lover,
a book of poems based upon the Psalms.
She has just
finished Maria Rifo Alive at Any
Age, A Memoir.
She is next
writing and rewriting a collection of essays.
PhD, psychotherapist and teacher, has been riding buses all her
life, most recently with the companionship of her guide dog, Joy.
Her fascination with city folk spills from the bus out onto the
sidewalks of San Francisco and into cafes, museums, and concert
halls. "City life is like my inner life," she says,
"full of change, pain, beauty and birth."
She is the
author of two books of poetry, In
Transit, Love Poems to the City and Child
of the Longest Night.