“Ignorance has many powerful advantages over knowledge. Typically it is simple and easy to communicate, while knowledge, by its very nature, usually tends to be nuanced and complex. Ignorance requires no evidence and no research. It can be endlessly repeated … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: January 2013
When, when, when will we acknowledge that Mother Earth is hurting? Never, in January, in the Midwest, should it be 70 degrees on a Monday and 27 on a Thursday. That’s exactly what my ‘weather widget’ is telling me to … Continue reading
On this Inauguration Day on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, may we always remember that “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?”
This is definitely my mid-week smile.
Some advice for the new semester…
They are not girls, these Representatives and Senators of the 113th Congress. They are women and they are an amazing start to this year.