References to Charles Dickens abound as the spirits of past years are summoned in search of a hopeful spirit for the holidays.
There is a lot of fear in our lives and many are unnecessary. We look at five fears you no longer need.
Rhetoric is irrelevant; climate change now threatens everything, eliminating the opportunity for a measured response. Note: I realize that since we’ve spent 20 weeks with the novel there haven’t been a large number of links in what we’ve written. Our links are not underlined or colored, they’re bold italic. When Continue Reading
Have we reached a state of permanent dystopia and injustice or are there some things we’re missing? We look at the numbers across the board.
I often am accused of being a grumpy old man. Here are five reasons for why I’m less than pleasant.
Language is constantly changing. What it means to speak English is different now than it was last year. The older we get the more challenging it is to keep up.
Before we blindly accept what we’re reading, perhaps we would do better to sit and discuss them a while.
Embracing our weakness creates a source of power unmatchable
A lot of my morning time is spent reading. The first 60-90 minutes of every day are spent perusing countless articles while consuming infinite cups of coffee. Fortunately, I read quickly so I am able to consume a significant amount of material within that period of time. Since the majority Continue Reading
There are lists everywhere this time of year but how many of those lists do any good? We found five types we can do without and five that actually help.