Lucas Wilson is an 11 year old middle school student who offers us a thought provoking essay about what society would be like without love.
Archives for January 2013
Bullying is not restricted to the school yard, or even to the office. Since it can manifest itself in innumerable ways, in any place, at any time, anti-bullying campaigns must be extended so that they protect people of all ages and from all walks of life.
It was cold yesterday … but for a few minutes I wasn’t sixty something and overweight / under-trained, sleep deprived, anxious and filled with a sense of wariness; for a moment I was present with myself!
It’s the end of January. Most New Year’s Resolutions are forgotten, abandoned or causing a great deal of angst. But they can succeed, and you will feel so awesome with the sense of accomplishment that comes. In this final article I’d like to share a few nuggets of wisdom I gained in 2012.
The author helps us celebrate Australia day with a quick lesson in Oz culture.
It was an old tape, a looping pattern of longing, whispering not so softly in my ear that I needed to experience Leonard Cohen in person before one of us died.
Author Randi G. Fine shares inspiring quotes from her books, blog, and radio show.
There are scads of canyons in the Las Vegas area. But there are three especially spectacular ones that everyone should see, all designated as US national parks.
I discovered that there were painful periods of time while I was growing up that I had blocked out, but which were still impacting me strongly.
At least one reputable wildlife biologist on Vancouver Island is wiling to stake his reputation on the evidence that the sasquatch exists.