Perspective often requires us to put on another person’s shoes to build bridges for discussion and overcoming conflict.
Sometimes the worst things in life can be the best.
Our new Constitution is now established, and has an appearance that promises permanency; but in this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.
In the midst of the Covid craziness, a new cultural phenomenon has emerged: the rise of the “Karen.” As we approach the end of one year and the beginning of another, the question on many minds is, “Are you a Karen?” But what does it mean to be a Karen, and why has this term captured our collective imagination?
Though I’ve never seen a real gnome (only their statues at garden centers), I firmly believe these mythical creatures exist, especially here in Texas. The evidence? Missing tools, scattered belongings, and a sense of enchantment that permeates our home.
We’ve all heard the age-old warning, “Don’t run with scissors, you might get hurt.” It’s a phrase often uttered by concerned parents or teachers, and it carries a simple yet profound message about safety. But is there more to this saying than meets the eye? Let’s explore the wisdom behind this cautionary advice and its …