I will be perfectly honest, for me voting my conscience meant not voting for a POTUS this election. I know, … Continue reading Vote Your Conscience, No Matter What That Means
The shooting of Ferguson resident Michael Brown, 18, by veteran officer Darren Wilson, 28, was the spark that lit the … Continue reading Ethics in Media Coverage of Officer Involved Shootings: The Ferguson Effect
It seems the San Francisco 49ers Colin Kaepernick has become somewhat of an cult leader … you’re either for him … Continue reading Why I’m annoyed with Kaepernick, and why it’s not the reason you think
I have been thinking a lot about the topic of why some stories go viral (or at least get shared … Continue reading What makes a story go viral?
A strange phenomenon has taken place recently on American college campuses. The pendulum has swung from the protection of inappropriate … Continue reading The Microagression Generation
We all need some failure in our lives in order to grow, but failure quickly becomes a problem when it … Continue reading Dismantling Failure
Reflections on US Veterans Day: This beautiful reflection was originally a Facebook post by the author and I am so thrilled to … Continue reading Dedicated to our favorite US veteran!
(This is a faith story.) I have experienced grace and there is a significant difference that my faith has made to … Continue reading My Faith Makes The Difference
When drinking cha/tea almost replaces drinking water, you begin to reflect on its goodness a little more. So thinking about … Continue reading Reflections on Marriage while Making Cha