If fear leads to anger, and anger leads to hate, then hate most certainly leads to suffering. For everyone involved. For the one holding onto their hate, most of all. In my second post of this three-part thought train, I... Continue Reading →
Every day, twenty-three men who are not allowed to see their children commit suicide.
Remember when Sarah Palin stood up in front of a crowd in 2010 and asked, "How's that hopey, changey thing workin' out?" At the time I thought that speech was absurd because if anything stifled the "hope" movement of the Obama era, it was the obstinate Republican Congress. Lately, I have to admit Sarah, it's been a long road.
Considering food is one of the three main staples for survival, you'd think people would pay more attention to where it comes from and how it's grown. I think it's unfortunate that "organic" food has become a luxury for the... Continue Reading →