Are we rock walls that begin to chip and fracture over time, or are we made up of multiple chips and fractures that come together to form a united rock wall front? I believe I will always remember the moment that I realized solitude was something I would have to steal, plan for, fight for and strategize to attain.
Okay, yes, I’m an Olympic fan in the midst of the two-week event that brings the world together. Despite the worries, financial concerns, protests, and naysayers, I’m having a great time.
Was the media coverage of Olympic skater Joannie Rochette’s short program, just three days after her mother’s death, valid news or tragedy pornography?
“I’m sorry,” I tell the cop, wiping my hand furiously across my face. “I don’t know what’s the matter with me. It’s just a bad day. A bad, bad day. And this is just one more bloody thing on top of EVERY OTHER BLOODY THING.”
The impulse to create is so strong within all life that it must find expression, and as humans we have the choice to create intentionally or to create passively. Wild Will is choice in action.
In Part 3 of the series “3 Reasons Why Your Dog Isn’t Responding” Eric Brad explores how we can motivate dogs to work with us instead of doing their own thing.
We have at our fingertips a way to communicate almost instantly with anyone we know. We have no excuse not to reach out to encourage others.
I used to look at my life as having two periods: BC, before cancer, and AC, after cancer. Now, though, I see those two halves differently. There were 34 years when I did not know cancer, and now, and for the rest of my life, I do know cancer.
In the film A Few Good Men, Jack Nicholson shouts at Tom Cruise, at a courtroom full of people, and at all of us really, “You can’t handle the truth!” But maybe we can. Nathan Thompson explores how we hide from ourselves and the benefits of seeing through the illusion.
Sarah’s top five reasons she will never win a gold medal in anything.