This weekend I traveled to Nanaimo, British Columbia to attend the Science & Spirituality Conference. There were hundreds of...
I can’t edit. Call it dyslexia, call it a lack of thoroughness, but nonetheless I simply can’t edit my...
One of the biggest debates that took place in my head before starting this website was whether or not I could offer anything to the world that hadn’t already been written about. If you do a query on Google you will uncover a deep and expansive world of people... Read more
Now entering the ring, 73 year older New York native, and prize fighting champion of hope and progress for the world…..Bernie Sanders!!! News Reporter : “Bernie, tell us a little bit more about your qualifications as the next president” Our Boy Bernie : “No problem, but first take a... Read more
What we find in the autism community is that once someone turns 22 and ages out of the school system there is very little of any meaningful activity. In the autism community we call that “flying off the cliff”. Read more
Sweden imports thousand tons of trash every year from the rest of Europe to use in its power plants. Importing trash you ask ? Yes you read that correctly, they are so efficient with their waste allocation that they need to import garbage. Most of the extra trash is... Read more
I have been waiting for Obama to put this issue in his sights since the day he took office. Finally, he hammers home the point that the mass incarceration machine, that is our justice system, needs to be uprooted when it comes to many minimum sentences. The United States... Read more
Here is some ‘plain truth’ that Fox news couldn’t handle, so they kiboshed Judge Napolitano’s show altogether. What do you think about these very choice words? Read more
Just the thought of having to speak in public can induce revulsion, let alone having to go through with the act on presentation day. With hundreds of glaring eyes cast upon you it would be weird for you not to sense a rush of anxiety, and maybe even spiral into fear of... Read more
There once was a little boy who had a bad temper. His father gave him a bag of nails and told him every time he lost his temper, he must hammer a nail into the back of the fence. The first day the boy had driven 37 nails into... Read more
Rev. Jeffrey Brown connected with some of societies lowest common dominator to find a solution to the violent crimes in Boston. What Brown learned is that these kids weren’t turning to violence because they were inherently evil people — they were just trying to survive in a society that had... Read more
Thanks to the team over @JubileeProject for reminding us just how influential teachers can be in our lives. Warning, you may find your room getting very dusty around the 2:35 mark! Damn allergy season! Read more
If this brilliant speech from a father at his daughter’s wedding doesn’t bring you all kinds of warm fuzzy feelings today, I don’t know what will (: Read more