Our friends who are of color, who are female, who have different sexual identification or preference, they will not have the same privilege we have.
My patience is not my son’s patience, he will find his own peace.
We all carry our own beliefs and our own values in life and that in itself is a large part of what makes this country great.
What’s at stake is not a game of kindergarten dodge ball, your country — perhaps your very life — lay in the balance of the outcome of this election.
There is no one answer, no one way of doing things. Life is choice and balance. Gregory Tapler talks how to explain this to your kids.
Do yourself a favor and feel. Feel sad, feel angry, feel scared. The more you feel, the easier it will be.
If you ask me how I’m doing and I start talking about my struggles as a dad for that day, don’t fix me.
Because men’s work is hard work.
How one man learned to hate and fear black men, and how he healed that wound and learned to love again.