I grew up in a very loving, close knit family. I was taught to be polite and kind to everyone regardless of race, beliefs, or who they were. But after I left the protected environment of my home, I saw that the world was not like my family. I couldn’t just approach someone and become … More Thankful For Learning How to Love
I have always loved this ancient Hebrew/Arabic tale. This story is dear to me because it reminds me of my two sons. If you read the end of the post you will see why. Two Brothers Once many years ago, a very wealthy, widowed farmer, who knew he was dying, divided his fields between his two sons, Jonah … More This Is What Brothers Do
Many of us are feeling useless right now, considering the tragedy laden news we hear everyday. We have heard about terrible things going on in the world: the destruction wrought by hurricanes, earthquake, fires, shootings and resultant deaths, suffering, anger, fear and other emotions that go with such horrors. What can we do to help … More Who Needs You?
I’ve lived almost 68 years full of varied and interesting experiences with people of many different races, cultures, and religions, which I feel gives me a broad understanding of a large sampling of people’s attitudes, lives and feelings about life. Through traveling I’ve met other people of different cultures from Mexico, Canada, Germany and Switzerland. … More United We Stand; Divided We Fall