Years ago, I had a dream. In it, a weary traveler had arrived in Antarctica and found the last library on earth, buried deep in the ice. So began my almost decade-long quest to write that story as a novel. The other night, I watched the Book of Eli, and learned that my “last-library-on-earth idea” had…
Author and Poet Terrell Washington Anansi writes about the beauty of starting fresh.
Just pondering, perhaps …
Father Time is a weekly column dedicated to the concept of time in a parent’s life, particularly a father’s life. The point of view comes from a father of two young sons, both under three-years-old, and how time really is just that: a concept. ◊♦◊ In Kurt Vonnegut’s first novel, Player Piano, Dr. Paul Proteus…
Dan Pallotta dreams of a time when we are as excited, curious and scientific about the development of our humanity as we are about the development of our technology
Don’t let your dreams turn into a nightmare.
Chasing a dream can divide your marriage or strengthen it—which will you choose?
I wrote this in my notebook two weeks ago, just before boarding my flight to Medellín, Colombia…
What did you do when your dream failed?
Is sharing the same dream environment possible? Ross Walton discusses here.
In this episode of the Starve the Doubts podcast, Melissa Thomas explains how she and her husband paid off over $43,000 in debt to pursue her dream of meeting Elton John.
Feeling stuck is an inside job; here’s the one thing you can do to break free to achieve the life of your dreams.
What are we missing out on when so many of us are simply surviving, not thriving?
The dreams of our childhood have a lot to tell us.
It’s time we understand the role of community in the rise and fall of our sons.
Stories have a way of making us dream. But they can also help us let go and move on to what’s next.