Monthly Archives: March 2017

See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil

“See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil” This was my parents’ attitude toward me with regard to their own lives, Warren and Jeff’s lives, and everything related to this horrific nightmare since 2000. In the Western world both the proverb and the image are often used to refer to a lack of moral […]

Silent In the Face of Injustice

Remaining silent in the face of injustice is the same as supporting it. —  Daisaku Ikeda For the past almost nine months as I’ve watched and listened to my parent’s behavior, I’ve come to the following conclusion based on the above quote: My parents did not say one word to me over the past fifteen […]

New Memoir Dedication

jim, jennifer

I re-read my memoir’s dedication yesterday. I self-published my memoir the summer of 2014. This is what it currently reads: This memoir is dedicated first and foremost to my husband and my family. Of course, without my Buddhist practice and the Soka Gakkai International, I would have give up years ago. My husband’s family, my […]

Chanting Nam Myoho Renge Kyo Enables Us To Live the Most Meaningful Lives

I remember last August when my parents flew out here to deal with Warren. Warren showed up first in the house next door with a huge narcotics deal that sat there for awhile. The heroin ended up being laced with tetracycline. The heroin was from Cali and it was laced in Mexico. Warren never said […]

Jeff’s Jealous

san gregorio

It’s 7am, and the first thing I hear when I wake up in the morning is Jeff’s voice babbling from the house next door because he refuses to turn the volume down on his headset. “Jeff’s jealous.” I hear a comment from someone else in the room with Jeff in Spc 64. The FBI Director […]