Not to decide is to decide – and for some people, this means less exposure to being held responsible if things work out badly.
Archives for October 2012
The West Wing was praised for its realistic depiction of the White House nerve centre, thanks to writers and consultants like former press secretary Dee Dee Myers and former White House aide Eli Attie, and to the show’s oversized and expensive set. Sorkin himself declared, “I really felt that we weren’t going to be able […]
Guest Author Carole Poppleton-Schrading shares a daughter’s struggle to make peace with an alcoholic parent.
If I had remained invisible the truth would stay hidden and I couldn’t allow that ~ Lana Wachowski /Cloud Atlas One of the most basic assumptions in this life as a humans is this binary opposition thing we call boy and girl. We take it for granted. When our children are born, they are immediately […]
When I was a child, there was a man in my life that taught me about integrity, honour and basic human decency. He taught me that a man’s greatest strength was his word and his ability, his determination, to live by it. As a child being raised by a single mother, I found in this […]
Author Randi G. Fine sheds light on her peculiar relationship with food.
If we’re ever going to find happiness as writers, we have to understand what success means to each of us as individuals.
Dogs are remarkably honest creatures. It’s equally remarkable how often many dog owners lie to their dogs in order to get them to do what they want. And that might not be such a good idea.
Here’s the news: a group of Italian scientists were put on trial for not correctly predicting a 2009 earthquake that killed 309 people. Yesterday they were found guilty. And what were they convicted of? Manslaughter.
Dr. William Beaumont and Alexis St. Martin were in an unusual doctor and patient relationship for over a decade, the results of which would end up in the annals of medical history.