Mark Ellis had the icon of a Scotsman appear and disappear in his childhood, and years later wonders if political correctness can obfuscate vital truths.
As her sons care for a lost Chihuahua, Julie Gillis looks for teachers, healers, systems thinkers, interpreters, bridge builders, and storytellers as a way toward social change.
This comment was from Valter Viglletti in reply to Tom Matlack on his post “The Hero In Each of Us.”
Comment by ValterV on Be Yourself: Everybody Else is Taken by Robert Levithan Living is not for the sake of others’ approval, it’s for enjoying it the utmost. If you lose others, you’ll find someone else. If you lose yourself, you lose everything. Only those who dare to fail greatly, can ever achieve greatly. Few [...]
Richard Scarry’s Best Word Book Ever has changed from its initial publication in 1963 to reflect changing gender roles. Here’s how.
Andrew Ladd reviews two books that remind us how messy even the most celebrated social change can be.