Entries by Lokita Carter

2017: Love & Aliveness

This last day of 2017 began the same way as the first day of this year – with an 8km walk to Playa Grande, Montezuma, Costa Rica, at sunrise with Coco. It was absolutely stunning, exquisite and uplifting. As I walked along on the hot smooth wet sand, on one side the open, warm Pacific […]

“Kate’s Law”: A Red Herring

Generally, I avoid making political statements, yet I am going to stick my neck out now and write one that is very close to my heart. You may have read about the shooting death of a young woman, Kate Steinle, in San Francisco in July 2015. My heart goes out to her family; I understand […]

Enough already

Turmoil. Cancer scare. Grief. The weeks after my father’s passing were difficult. I felt sad, isolated and lonely. The thin layer of healing over Steve’s death came loose all over again. I cried and cried and cried. My father and his well-being had been at the forefront of my mind and heart for many years. […]

Death. Again. And Awareness.

Death. We all know (more or less) that it is coming, but when it does, it is still always a surprise. Even though I expected my father to die sooner rather than later because of his advanced Morbus Parkinsons disease, when he did die seven days ago, the shock and grief and sadness was just […]