We all like to share a good laugh. Sadly, these days more than ever, our laughter is at the expense of someone else.
No matter what your opinion on the Rittenhouse verdict, the current administration or anything else, the glaring disrespect and crudeness of today’s people is deplorable.
I have a sense of humor and love a good joke. Some of what I see is funny – but it doesn’t make it right.
Continue reading “What is wrong with us?”
I must put this disclaimer first before the words that will follow. I certainly hope and pray that I will not upset, ostracize or anger anyone who chooses to read this.
If you’ve been with me this long, my gut tells me that you are a fair, rational, critical thinker who contemplates and processes information. A person who welcomes all viewpoints and opinions, even when they might oppose or challenge your own.
If I’ve described you, read on. If that portrayal doesn’t fit you, stop now.
Continue reading “Acknowledge the past. Build a better future.”
Visit The Elephant Journal and read my latest. It’s an invitation to reflect on our personal history and beliefs. It’s an invitation to color your world.
“When we open our minds and hearts, we lower our risk for being ethnocentric.”