Our resistance to positive suggestions and solutions – in world conflict and in our personal lives – undergoes some examination.
Shifting the holiday focus from sales to relationships can provide both social and economic benefits.
In the aftermath of U.S. elections, little potential for progress is found outside the individual – where it always has been.
The twilight time of Halloween/All Saints’ corresponds all too well with the 2010 U.S. elections.
The collusion of slavering media and slaves to fear makes for the worst bedfellow.
The first geocache hunt in Kristiansand, Norway, lands the seeker in church.
The Arizona immigration law emphasis on appearance, like that in Belgium, not only by-passes logic but generates conflict with each society’s stated values.
The Easter weekend in Norway is a national holiday, running from Thursday through Monday, over which time even supermarkets close. It came to an end yesterday evening, so the traffic Read More →
This may prove more of a testimony than a standard blog entry. Ah well. There is time. Thursday, I told a close friend in Norway that I was going to Read More →
This weekend, I had two occasions to encounter the topic of envy. When that much envy surfaces, it seems time to give it another look – especially when both episodes Read More →