An Open Letter to My Sons It's YOUR road By Dana Keller
To my sons (and young people everywhere who want to change the world):
There is no "right" way. Especially right now. I can see it in your eyes: a fire, really a spark right now, burning, waiting for some oxygen to really fuel it. You...read more
A Squirrelley Tale A big lesson from a small animal. By Karen Leppert
Sometimes life’s lessons are learned in the strangest ways. Perhaps it’s necessary. We might not recognize them if they came to us by more conventional means or they might not have the same significance. Lectures come to...read more
The Parental is Political The case for Electoral College reform. By Julie Marsh When I learned about the Electoral College in the weeks leading up to the 1980 Presidential election, it was a nastier shock than when I found out that Santa Claus didn't exist.
The people don't elect the President? I asked my father incredulously. ...read more
"Assert your right to make a few mistakes. If people can't accept your imperfections, that's their fault." -- Dr. David M. Burns
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