This is a good day to look at pictures of cemeteries. The stories they hold speak of real people…
I believe that the voices of those who understand this – the reasonable among us – need to well up, to stand up, to join together, and to be heard.
I watched five minutes of the hearings. That was four minutes and thirty-seconds too much. Oh. My. Gosh. Shame. Regardless of party affiliation, shame on you. Not shame on the witnesses, but shame on the manipulators, the opportunistic, the hypocritical… Read More ›
Today, September 11, 2018, I’m concerned that we as a nation are facing a more sinister and complex long-term danger than we were seventeen years ago:
My issue is that I am in the business of sharing light, inspiration, encouragement, hope, koinonia, and meaning – yet the media I engage to get my message out is more often used to spread darkness, division, discouragement, disillusion, hate, and confusion.
When ‘reporting’ becomes indistinguishable from shouting ‘FIRE!’ in a crowded theater.
We cannot legislate morality and we cannot pass a bill that stops irresponsibility. But we can work together to be more of a connected, concerned, supportive, accountable, mutually encouraging community.