I am sure about less and less things each year. Maybe in another ten years the only thing on this list I will still be sure about is the bit about love. Hopefully it isn’t only the bit about finding outfits in the van.
Once, my family got a pair of gerbils. Someone didn’t do a gender check. Not long after, we had many more gerbils. Someone else decided that it would be a fine idea to put them in a metal bin with a mismatched screen on the front porch. One day, we saw a black snake happily […]
As a modern culture, we are surviving because we are most adapted to our environment. The catch is, we are also actively creating that environment.
Motherhood is a love in progress.
The values of a culture are revealed by who it reveres. But are history and fame accurate judges of who is superior, and who is worthy to be a role model?
Some people talk about the past in terms of the silly things people once believed, and then talk about the present in terms of the profound things we now know. The wording is significant. We used to believe, but now we know. But have we really arrived, or we are stuck in another faddish -ism of some kind that future scholars will all find amusing, naïve, and at least incomplete if not flat wrong?