We are no longer a great nation and no amount of telling me to “move out if you don’t like it” will change that.
Your most important job as a parent is to produce quality citizens to release into the world.
Love is a nice byproduct of life. But you cannot actually buy things with it. (Or can you?)
Someone out there needs to read this: a play in three acts.
What separates successful people from people who are merely sustainable?
What is America’s brand?
Everything you need to live your life to the fullest is currently within you. It’s called a conscience.
Every crime committed by anyone anywhere in the world is based in the idea of selfishness.
I was on my fourth high school and was sitting in a classroom taking an SAT test. They said it was required to graduate, so I couldn’t skip that day. I had to graduate.
I break things down to their core elements and put them into one of two buckets: Good and bad. Or, as I like to think, light and dark. At their essence, every decision we make in life is based on these two ideas.
At 35 you are full on in the machine of life. You’re married. Maybe you have a child of your own. You have a house. A career. You’re comfortable.
Every time I hear Fool in the Rain I think of Martin and that taxi ride twenty-five years ago. And it always brings a smile.
I consider myself a pretty good writer. Which in itself is a dangerous proposition. The reason is that ego is a powerful force, and once we consider ourselves with lofty regard, we walk a tightrope between humility and pride.
“If you want to make God laugh, tell Him about your plans.”
A fourteen year old student writes about her fear of school shootings. And breaks her father’s heart.
Texans will take you in as one of their own if you’re willing to let your guard down and accept their eclectic ways.