Why “Brexit” is a troubling lean toward the past

I believe the choice is a clear one: Do we reach out our hands in friendship, sit down and talk, get to know one-another as fellow world citizens? Or do we retreat into our own space (or what we like to think is our own), dig a moat, build a wall, pull up the drawbridge, and continue to set our world on a trajectory back toward the feudalism of the Middle Age

Italy in one post

I’m offering a change of direction for today’s post. Mentally, I’m back in Italy, and I can’t seem to get my head, or at least my heart, back to Wake Forest for routine work – no matter how great a space… Read More ›