What could be different for future generations if we showed them right now that acceptance is vital or generosity is essential or empathy is fashionable? Do you think bullying would exist?
Some unhappy holidays…
How do you take your coffee?
Their choices as parents somehow extended to what the kids want at dinner time.
Chuck Chapman works the magic of morphing anger into enlightenment.
How do people who kick butt all day use their early morning hours? Dr. Travis Bradberry asks Starbucks founder Howard Schultz.
Standing in a line at Starbucks, one dad broke it down for his son in the simplest of ways.
So here we go, ace! Here are some real world, multi-partisan, trans-denominational, hyper-humanistic suggestions and quick fixes that would ameliorate, alter, and save the greatest retail seasonal day ever (while possibly generating a cavalcade of new traditions and TV specials).
Should the red cups stay?
Mike Reynolds digs deep into the fabricated war, and tells us what is behind the phrase “Happy Holidays.”
Have we branded every item in every niche of our lives from diaper wipes to gravestones? Jeremy McKeen chronicles a lifetime of purchasing power.
I’m a single mom. I’ll be alone and not with my kids on Thanksgiving, but I’m not sad or lonely. Why? Because I have much to be thankful for this year.
Merry Voldemas and Happy Red Cups to you. Thank God for the Red Cups, because they may just save the world… one sip at a time.
In this poem, Marc Frazier reminds us how the holidays often invite complicated thoughts about family.
Ellen DeGeneres recently opened her show with a unique, resonate response to the controversy surrounding Starbucks new holiday cups.
Is it finally time to Call Joshua Feuerstein out for his hypocrisy?