Redefining home: Covid-19 and beyond (part 1)

Home, the place "Where is home for you?" This is possibly the most loaded question of my entire childhood, possibly even my life. It's a simple question, at least it should be. It's a question that was never intended to carry so much hurt, anger, or pain attached to it, but it does for me, … Continue reading Redefining home: Covid-19 and beyond (part 1)

Safe New World

We live in a safe world. Even if you live in an unsafe neighborhood, you still live in a safe world. This is the safest the world has been in all of human history. We are producing more food than we know what to do with (there is a huge distribution problem, however), we have … Continue reading Safe New World

A Year in the Life: 365 Days After Trump was Announced President

The election of Donald Trump began like most tragedies do: you remember exactly where you were, what you were doing, and who you were with the night America changed forever. I, for example, was catching up on some reading and eating a late dinner, breathing easy, confident that Hilary had it in the bag. The … Continue reading A Year in the Life: 365 Days After Trump was Announced President

Osteen, Houston and American Christianity

Happy Friday! For the most part, Fridays are happy days for everyone. Unfortunately for the people of Houston, Texas, it's just another day without clean water, hot food, or basic sanitary supplies. All the major shelters in the city welcomed refugees seeking asylum from the devastating Hurricane Harvey. The most noted makeshift shelter being the … Continue reading Osteen, Houston and American Christianity