New Year’s Resolutions. How many have we made and how many have we broken? If you’re anything like me, it’s a sad, sorry tale over the years. But last year I set out to actually keep my New Year’s Resolutions, and 365 days later I’m happy to report success.
Archives for December 2012
Blinman, a Southern Australia town steeped in history, is home these days to a handful of people, but in its heyday the mining town had a population of up to 2000.
This week’s video cautions against allowing your story’s “ticking clock” to speed things up too much.
A poem that asks us to look behind the masks we all hide behind. Are we hypocrites or players in this show that just goes on?
Writer Michael Lebowitz tales a look back and a look forward.
A child with autism struggles to communicate to his mother his profound love for her.
I had a friend who would impose on me to help him with his house projects, and I had to finally realize he was taking advantage of me, and stop doing it.
The author muses on the real meaning of Christmas and the best ways to celebrate. Is the holiday about religion, about myth, about consumerism, about giving unselfishly?
The orator is the movement of spiritually through time and space. It is the mythology of all existence that isn’t fixed in the physical.
While there is now no question that cars contribute significantly to global warming and that it is necessary for us to look for alternative means of transportation in order to reduce this threat to the health of our planet and ourselves, there is some positive news to report.