When we’re alone we will often sit in quiet solitude and let the voices of the past fill our heads with laughter, crying, grief and despair.
I wonder if we should be trying to figure out what the canine world already knows about us?
We all have a fixed amount of time. The greatest gift, or cruelty, is that we don’t know how much we have.
Emotions know no prejudice, gender, race, or religion. They are priceless bits of us that make us unique.
The icons can still perform, but they have nothing new to say, and nothing to offer as a message for the movement we need today.
We are good at hatred, this is our Spirit, but not our Soul. It is where we are directing our energy.
Christian J. Farber believes that the gathering at the Desert Trip festival offers a relevant reminder for these tumultuous times.
Aging can be fun, but Christian Farber isn’t convinced this gadget adds any value to his experience.
With Karen, you knew where you stood. You could discuss a situation in Afghanistan, pollution, the meaning of life and sex without ever raising a red flag.
The pain was deep, which caused her to put more love into us.
We all remember 9/11/2001, the horror of it all.
Americans are resilient, even when our political leaders are trying to convince us the sky is falling with fact-less rhetoric and lies.
Problems are opportunities just begging for help.
The key is to take the first step. Recognize and admit you have a problem.
America will lead the world into the bright future. The history of our ability to lead and innovate is just too strong to disappear.
I remember when my father had a day just like this, and I think it happens to every dad and son.