A Life To Be Proud Of
June is traditionally the LGBTQ+ Pride month, and people from all walks of life will join the LGBTQ+ communities in promoting visibility and celebrating awareness.
Our Collective Legacy
The American story is wrought with valiant and heart-wrenching narratives of those who have given their lives for the cause of liberty, the pursuit of happiness, and the promise of the American dream. Their legacies are uniquely linked to our own personal...
The Drum Major Ideology
With the current socio-political climate, one might wonder if there is any hope for a truly united nation. Let's explore ways forward as a community.
The Good Samaritan & Emotional Intelligence
Most people understand basic intelligence, which is an ability to learn, apply knowledge, and solve problems. But in our world today, there is a need for a different type of intelligence: emotional intelligence.
When we look back on year 2020, we may recall it as the year when it all changed. The year of the pandemic; a financial crisis; and the summer of racial reckoning and protests that amplified and centered Black voices in their cry against injustice.
Hope for Humanity
I feel as though the crisis we are facing has been revealing our true nature to ourselves. And what it’s revealing is that we need one another.
What We Lost and What Still Remains
I have come to the conclusion that collectively, we, our nation, and all of earth are experiencing a type of global grief.
A Message to Men on the Eve of the Hour of the Woman
When we resist the natural flow or order, we do violence to our souls, and that violence manifests itself in family and relationship dysfunction, in loss of empathy for humanity and earth’s other creatures. The energy that...
Prophets Among Us
In times like these, we need someone to call the mighty to account.
Ken Shupe, A Bad Samaritan?
The refusal of service could be a topic of discussion by itself, but it has been reported that Mr. Shupe gave the reason for the refusal: his being a “conservative Christian,” as a result of which he felt he had to “draw a line...