Going With What You Personally Know: My Experience With Hillary Clinton
Adaptability / Adversity / Challenge / Change / Emotional Evolution & Spiritual Growth / Empathy / Opinion / Relationships / Staying Positive

Going With What You Personally Know: My Experience With Hillary Clinton

In a Presidential campaign wrought with controversy, relatively speaking, few of us have any personal experience with the candidates to speak with any certainty about their character, their moral fiber. Unless we have direct experience with either one, we’ve nothing terribly conclusive to say one way or the other. For me, there is only one … Continue reading

Santa Ana Winds Blow My Mind – Fear
Adaptability / Challenge / Fear / Flashbacks / Love / Relationships

Santa Ana Winds Blow My Mind – Fear

_______________________________________________________ NOTE: I wrote this three days ago; since then we had a 3.9 earthquake. _______________________________________________________ The Santa Ana winds arrived here yesterday in Southern California and with it general mayhem. The evening newscasters report fires and blackouts already, and it is only day one of a projected four-day visit by Ana. The warm winds … Continue reading

The New Mayor of Chalk Town Might Be a Nine-Year Old
Creativity / Flashbacks / Imagination / Opinion / Satisfaction

The New Mayor of Chalk Town Might Be a Nine-Year Old

The big story in the local news this week is about a nine-year old boy in East Los Angeles, California, who, equipped with an enterprising spirit and a strong work ethic, had endeavored to create an arcade out of cardboard boxes and strapping tape. He built it last summer and named it after himself: Caine’s … Continue reading