She has ninja-like assassin skills, she’s not afraid of being weird, and she can stand up to any bully. No wonder Hit Girl has become new “It” Girl. Writer Andrea Warner explores her inner Hit Girl.
When we constantly look outside ourselves for happiness we become shadows of what we truly are: unfulfilled hollowed spirits with no real sense of purpose, desperately in search of an ever-elusive happiness.
I never went to the war. Sometimes I think I missed something very important. Like the ripples on the pond echoing down the years, there seems to be no missing anything. All it takes is time.
Our bodies digest words like we digest food. The energy from each word can have a profound effect on our thoughts and actions.
I’d done some stupid things in my life, and even more strange ones, but one of the weirdest was performing in a play about three women who were bitter and angry at men, in a federal prison. A men’s federal prison.
On St. Patrick’s Day, it seems everyone wants to be Irish. What is it about this mythical, magical, off-beat land that makes everyone fall in love with it, even from afar?
New technologies like the iPad will change the way readers read, and the way writers write. Yet there is still great value in placing ourselves in the hands of masterful writers who understand the organic unfolding of story.
A thoughtful article about the spiritual and social questions about abortion that arise when a Buddhist reflects on the issue in light of his vows.
As far as I know, I am a human. Last time I had an MRI, nobody saw anything alien in my body — or at least nothing that worried them. My blood tests don’t raise eyebrows. It appears my human-ness is valid. But how do I really know?