Offended parties often become prisoners of their own angst. Forgiving and letting go can free them.
How You Live This Life Is How You Leave It
A recent passing shows that a life of discord leaves a legacy of broken relationships.
Waiting for Life to Happen
If we want a full destiny, then we must take the necessary actions to make it appear.
Wipe the Ledger Clean to Forgive
The act of forgiveness is often about clearing resentments from the past, perceived and real. That means wiping the ledger, and offering people a second chance.
Living in Shutdown Town
A DC-area Starbucks is overloaded with furloughed feds talking smack about the shutdown. The entrances to the Mount Vernon Bike Trail near your house — maintained as part of the George Washington Parkway by the National Park Service — is… Read More »Living in Shutdown Town
Is Existing Online a Quest of Loneliness or Giving?
Do you sense a lack of clear meaning in this online rat race? On one hand, existence stands in its purest form, reasons to be online, missions of the niche! Then we dilute existence with digital records of ice cream trips, Nike Fuel runs, and manufactured savoir faire.
Self determination now exists at its ultimate zenith, coupled with a bizarre sense loneliness.
YouTube star Jenna Marbles reflected recently in a NY Times article that with all of her online fame and popularity and friends, she finds herself in an odd state of loneliness. We have many boys and girls trapped in their own online bubbles now.
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Father Christmas, Give Us Some Money!
So goes the chorus of the classic Kinks tune, “Father Christmas.” A funny punk commentary that cuts right to the core of what Christmas has become to our culture, a time to get stuff, or preferably just some money (bonus,… Read More »Father Christmas, Give Us Some Money!