Thoughts on Change Let us Search for the light Like wise persons Follow it Come out of the blinding Darkness Shake it off Shake…Read More
“What do you love about America?”… …I asked a dear friend today as I was preparing to write this article. He responded, “Life, liberty…Read More
Nowadays, any person you come across will know about Watergate or at least be familiar with the name. The term has become shorthand for…Read More
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Kimberli Hudson: Serial Entrepreneur She calls herself a serial entrepreneur. And for good reason. Thirteen companies she’s started. Thirteen! And if you thought her…Read More
Money Maps Money Maps is a tool. It is a tool designed to remove our fear of money. Or if not remove it then…Read More
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Turn Toward NOËL Noël, French for Christmas, is derived from the Latin verb nasci, meaning “to be born.” In the book of Ecclesiastes, the birth…Read More
My Covid 19 Thanksgiving into Christmas, 2020 I am inspired to share the way I feel during the pandemic with you. About what I…Read More
In a world inundated with cheesy, paint-by-numbers Christmas films on Netflix, Klaus stands above all the rabble as a truly excellent and heartfelt Christmas story. With…Read More
Recently I’ve been listening to the unedited version of The Diary of Anne Frank read by Helena Bonham Carter for the 70th anniversary of…Read More
It is a difficult thing to do, to look long enough at injustice to see it, to comprehend it, and then to contemplate the…Read More
Over the Moon is the heartfelt tale of a young girl coming to terms with her mother’s death and the process of moving forward through…Read More