Our choices and goals make a difference, make history, and have an impact. How big or small that difference, history, and impact is is up to us. Will you choose to make a big impact or a small one?
Martin Luther King, Jr. knows the heart of hope: refusing the “isness” and reaching for the “oughtness.” For every notion of hope implies that there is something wrong with the world and declares that viable solutions exist.
What’s the meaning of Christmas? Is it presents, Santa Clause, family time, food, or Jesus’ birth? And why?
We all know the history of Thanksgiving. The pilgrims, after a harsh winter and help from Native Americans, were able to collect their first harvest and gave thanks to God for it. Then, they ate with the Native Americans the first Thanksgiving meal. That harsh winter with disease and death and without food made them […]
Nuclear weapons, cloning, robotics, genetics, nanotechnology — the future is likely to pose some of the most difficult questions humanity has yet faced. What do you believe, and why?
Nervousness shouldn’t get in the way of having an amazing experience. Whenever I get nervous, I just tell myself how great the experience will be. Nervousness is just a defense mechanism, and it’s mostly in our heads. When you break it down, all nervousness really is is wiring in our heads.
Traveling is hard. Travel is quite enjoyable. It’s only the process of getting there, the trials and tribulations, the best laid plans going wrong, the difficult people we encounter along the way, that makes it a true adventure rather than an ideal and perfect trip.