Our sentiments exactly: From the New Yorker cartoons.
On this Thanksgiving day, please enjoy this poem by Mary Oliver, reminding us to notice the beauty in everyday life.
Lack of curiosity is a dangerous thing–in medicine, therapy, culture. Trump’s manner of speaking certainly promotes “not knowing what you don’t want to know”. He is a disturbing model for over-simplified explanations and sneering at complexity or any level of sophistication or subtlety.
In many professions now, so-called “quality measurement” is the dominant language, reducing, quantifying, and eventually, side-lining the importance of human interaction. This can not be good for us as living, breathing, multi-dimensional beings.
From Alain De Botton’s The School of Life: Botton talks about the philosophical school known as Skepticism, which began in
For our collective wounds: Here’s a poem from the great African-American poet Langston Hughes. Let American Be America Again Let
Dave: There’s no town drunks here we just take turns. Sometimes it seems to me our small universes are made out
Lately, like a lot of folks, we’ve been preoccupied and anxious about these turbulent political times. The virulent, toxic rhetoric
And for those of you who want to read more about the perils of being a powerful woman in politics,