And Then I Met Margaret by Rob White is a Classic for Anyone Who Desires Success in Life. “If I look at my life through the lens of transformational opportunities, I open my eyes and my heart to life’s unexpected teachers.” Rob White Rob White is an author, storyteller, motivational coach & philosopher. Also, he […]
Today, we welcome back Author Tara Ellis. I featured author Tara Ellis on my website in October for her wonderful story of the courage and survival of Noah Messenger. Today, I’m featuring her Samantha Wolf Mystery Series. As a life-long fan of Nancy Drew and the Hardy Boys, I couldn’t resist taking a trip back […]
We don’t think about how we pass on gender inequality by the lessons we teach our children. Mothers need to teach their sons and fathers have a responsibility to their daughters to promote equality.
When Did I Become An Old Woman? I don’t think about my age until I take a minute to look in the mirror and realize it’s not me looking back. The woman in the mirror more closely resembles my mother than the woman I’ve been in life. I don’t consider myself to be an Old […]
Genocide in the 20th Century The term genocide was coined by Raphael Lemkin in his 1944 book Axis Rule in Occupied Europe; it has been applied to the Holocaust, the Armenian genocide and many other mass killings including the genocide of indigenous peoples in the Americas, the Greek genocide, the Indonesian killings of 1965-66, the Assyrian genocide, the Serbian genocide, the Holodomor, the 1971 Bangladesh genocide, the Cambodian genocide, the Guatemalan […]
Regardless of Our Best Intentions, We All Judge Others When I came home sobbing because all the kids on the bus were chanting “Great Big Gobs of Greasy Grimey Gopher Guts,” Mom always responded with the same words: “Judge Not Lest Ye Be Judged!” It was the perfect chant to bully a kid with the […]