With great power comes great responsibility.
The news lately has just plain been breaking my heart. Burberry coming out with a clothing line utilizing a noose as fashion? Actor Jussie Smollett faking a hate crime? Shootings. Side affects of global warming. Sex scandals. Shameful politics. Come on! What is happening?!
For as long as man has been seeking power - which is forever - we as a people have understood that taking on a noteworthy role, having influence over people,
We don't turn off our brains entirely while watching a movie or reading a book. There's just no way. Always there is lesson to be subconsciously learned, a message to be conveyed, an experience to be identified with. So, my question then is, your favorite (book or movie) is your favorite... why? Not because of the grandeur, the magic and mystery, not because of the happy ending, or dreamy character. I don't care for those favorites. I'm talking about the real reasons. The rea
The greatest conversation I’ve ever had is only three sentences long. It goes: “You’ll get there.” “Get where?” “Where you want to go.” It was in a moment of disheartenment that my friend managed not only to lift my spirits but to give me a memory to hold onto for motivation for years to come. I had been struggling deciding what I wanted to do after high school. I knew I loved writing. And I had just finished the rough draft of my first book. But I had no hope. Every article
Why aren’t people inclined to be kind? What strain does it put on you to help the old lady at the grocery store put her bags in her car? Does it really hurt your budget so much to tip your server a dollar more than your first instinct suggests? Does is cost you anything to help your coworker out just a little more than might be expected of you? We run tired, we run short-tempered, we constantly are in a hurry, oblivious to our surroundings, and so focused on the future that w