“If it is true that every Cuban knows how to read and write, it is likewise true that every Cuban has nothing to read and must be very cautious about what he writes.”--Jacobo ben Nathan Timerman
Good mourning, Widows. Joy to you and me.
Today we welcome famous widow, Daniel Timerman, wife of famous Argentinian activist, popular journalist, publisher, and author, Jacobo ben Nathan Timerman, to our joy-ous club.
Jacobo was born January 6, 1923 and died November 11, 1999.
He is famous for "Prisoner Without a Name, Cell Without a Number," an autobiographical work revealing his imprisonment for writing on civil rights issues in Argentina.
Today Daniel lives in Israel with their 3 children.
Q: What was Anne Boleyn's last meal?
A: Two cold chops.
"Life is not about happiness. Write clear and about what hurts."--Hemingway
After we remember Him, fingerhug your pen. Open your journal. Set the timer for ten.
The topic is: happiness--what is clear--what hurts?
I dare you.
Have an abundantly joy-filled day, Widows. And remember, we're not alone.