A transportation system that relies almost entirely on cars is not only foolish but is literally destroying the world.
Hello Friends, welcome to Friday Food for Thought. Every Friday I'll help start your weekend by sharing four people, thoughts, or things that are on my mind this week. These may be books or movies, podcast suggestions, interesting people I follow on Twitter, music, products, or, well, anything. You may find interesting creativity boosts here,…
Northerners rightfully make fun of Florida winters, but here in Central Florida we do experience occasional nights of freezing temperatures with cold northerly winds.
Welcome back to the Creative Life Adventure. My second novel, Paradise West, is now available in paperback and digital formats. Running 309 pages long in the trade paperback edition, Paradise West is a post-apocalyptic thriller set in the near future. A brief teaser for the story and characters can be found at the Paradise West…
For all the love our brave trio may have lost over the years, it is, as always, their friendship that makes them strong.
We're reminded more than once that evil needs help in order to flourish.
If Nazi Germany had been as efficient as some people claim, they would probably have won the war.
If we’re fortunate, we gain such qualities as wisdom, maturity, and patience with age, but that’s entirely a result of experience and reflection accumulated with the passage of time.
"Journey to Babel" makes for a fascinating thought exercise on the classic Star Trek themes of risk and sacrifice.
Combining differences often creates strength rather than weakness.