In some cases, being the clown in social settings is just a mask, hiding the real pain and sadness a person is feeling.
Archives for October 2012
When I consider the landscape today – in the US anyway – those social/cultural pressures are lessened, and the romantic “love-based” model of relationships is the norm. More and more folks are also ambivalent about, or completely against, the idea of life-long marriage to a single partner. This, even as the tide is beginning to shift towards freedom for GBLTQ folks to get married.
While most only fly a short distance, others are taken up into the jet stream, some ascending into the upper atmosphere … where they can survive without food for up to 25 days! And this… is how they invade islands and mountain tops!
The historic Crane Resort, hugging the rugged Atlantic coast of Barbados, boasts one of the best beaches in the world. Its cuisine, always good, is now even better with the addition of a talented French chef.
How illness brings you closer to family.
Guest Author Brian Kazaara writes about the dangers of attaching the labels “Best” and “Better” on the human psyche.
We know that more and more employees are looking to find work that is meaningful and interesting. Their motivation is based on key components of the organization. See if your organization is helping you towards achieving your purpose.
Running had helped me to see, to seek the light, to see the shadows, to be more than a number on an age chart, a scale, a measuring tape …
This week’s video highlights a specific type of scene that should almost never be told from the antagonist’s point of view.
Faster than any other land animal, the cheetah is a large feline inhabiting most of Africa and parts of the Middle East.
So, just how fast is it?