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Painters employ color, light, and shadow. Writers use small, standardized black marks set against a white background. Yet these marks can inspire, condemn, evoke tears, laughter, anger, or regret. They can sweep a reader into a different reality, even bring a vanished time to life. What is the secret of their power? All the elements […]
Two of New York’s police officers are dead, executed by a gunman. I can’t seem to find the words to express my sorrow for the families, my gratitude to the officers who put their lives on the line for us all every day, and my desire to find some meaning in all this
Laughter catches us up in a moment of pure being, a moment where we are alive and in the present. We just get a glimpse, but it is no wonder that the Dalia Lama laughs with such ease. Laughter is holy.
Mix two angels, Venus, and a famous, licentious city. Add salt. What do you get?
When it comes to your floatation devices, you can’t get more famous than the Titanic or Noah’s ark—but the connection doesn’t stop there. Oddly enough, the link was Robert Ballard the explorer who found the long-lost, sunken Titanic.
I fell in love the moment I saw his bony butt. I have no idea why, except I knew he was to be mine, though a friend had arranged this meeting and first choice was hers.
I caught my breath, because that car could have knocked him down as it slid….
I am handicapped. Might as well admit it. It’s a fact well known to my dogs.
Fifty years ago today, Martin Luther King urged us to judge people not by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character. There is no question that poverty and lack of equal education can affect the course of people’s lives, and we should be putting research, resources, and wisdom toward changing […]
Violence surrounds us—in the media, in our entertainment and sometimes even in our homes. From the streets of Chicago, to the wars in Iraq and Syria, to video games—violence is a way of life. Must it be? “Those who are skilled in combat do not become angry. Those who are skilled at winning do not […]