Monthly Archives: November 2011

One Day – One Hundred Thanks

By |November 24th, 2011|

Some say that the American holiday of Thanksgiving is nothing more than a myth built on tragedy. I say it’s a day of counting your blessings, no matter how hard that may be during these trying times. And we must never forget that times are […]

When Did We Become So Fearful of Change?

By |November 19th, 2011|

It seems the web has been all a buzz with rejection lately. No, I’m not talking about the legitimate grievances like Occupy Wall Street or the European Debt Crisis.

I’m talking about the virtual protests regarding anything that asks us to change. Whether it be Netflix […]

The Worst Word: Should

By |November 8th, 2011|

I love language and all its power. That’s why I believe there are few words that are truly off limits. Everything has a context and a place in the world of human expression.

But with that great power, of course, comes great responsibility.

When people throw words […]