Even The Rocks Cry Out!

WW1 Memorial Installation at the Tower of London

The past 24 hours have left me stunned. I have marveled at how life comes back. There was a time a decade ago that I did not have any wealth, no company, not many friends, family was distant, church relationship broken, health was at a low, and my family was without even a home. Today, […]

The Subtle Evil of Generalization

As a society we have been well educated about the evil of stereotypes related to race. Even with all the reminders, we still have issues in this area. Much less obvious are the broad generalizations we make about anyone who is opposed to our point of view. Here are a couple that I have seen […]

Vitriol or Friendship

Courage And Fear

There are only a couple of weeks left before the 2016 election season is over. Like many, I am disgusted with the process and what I am witnessing. This year is bringing out the worst in so many, many people. I started working elections as a teenager and cannot remember such an emotional, divisive campaign. […]

The Foster System and Adoption

Diversity Children Childhood Friendship Cheerful Concept

I was recently reading a report on Child Welfare and Adoption put together by the US Department of Health and Human Services and presented to Congress┬╣. The most recent report covered data up through 2011. ┬áI was researching this topic because of comments I have heard others make related to such statistics and I wanted […]