A lost child, ignored by everyone in the mall except our author, may highlight the problems of a society of self-absorbed people, lost in day-to-day minutia.
Since today is Earth Day, I wanted to share with you what is a cornerstone of my belief system. The article itself is not so much about the Earth as it is about good stewardship. I believe that good stewardship demands excellence and integrity, and if those two qualities were at the forefront of all […]
Easter has always been a big deal for me. When I was a kid, my parents bought each of their seven children a new outfit, including hats, bags and gloves for the girls. I still have a soft spot for patent leather shoes and mauve hats. When I was five or six, I was astounded […]
My life is full of contradictions, or what I call my bi-polar activity. Not that I have some clinically diagnosed chemical imbalance in my aging grey matter; rather, unlike most of my friends whose work and home life are often inter-related, mine is completely disparate.
Does the Western world really get the truth about what is happening in far-flung countries? Do reporters overseas see the real picture – the big picture? These issues are explored in second installment of My Private Sudan from writer and helicopter pilot Allan Cram in which his recollections of Sudan differ dramatically from reports in some Western newspapers.
This year’s Super Bowl had millions of people joyfully yelling, “Who Dat? Who Dat?” For writer Natham Thompson, the biggest game of the year is a good chance to look at how much consumerism surrounds the game and ask, “What’s Dat?”
People are hopping mad that the International Olympic Committee (IOC) wants the Aussies to take down the boxing kangaroo flag at their athletes’ village.