No, You Decide! Perpetual Free Will
Wouldn’t you love to think free will is only an abstract concept that belongs in some classroom? So would I. I’m not fond of making big decisions. But if you … Continue reading
Cheerleading for Personal Growth: No Thanks Required!
Recently, I had the lovely surprise of hearing from students I taught some forty years ago. Yes, forty. They were in high school then, filled with humor and love and … Continue reading
Our dog died. Our pipes are leaking. Mice chewed the windshield washer tubes on my car. Sam’s Club told us we had a problem with our bank account, but the … Continue reading
When Too Much Protection is Neglect
When I was young, my parents decided the best way to raise a family of girls was to protect them from the evil of the world. We were sheltered from … Continue reading