Tag: hatred

Dear World: Please Know There Are Many Conservative Americans Who Don't Want Trump's Vision of America Any More Than I Do

Dear World: Please Know There Are Many Conservative Americans Who Don't Want Trump's Vision of America Any More Than I Do
Like many across this country, I am angry. Sad. Sick at heart at what has happened to my America. To lessen my anxiety, I limit my news to 15 minutes of Reuters online. Vow not to be on social media or talk about politics once my tired husband comes home. It isn’t easy. I thirst... Read more »

An Interview with an Average American . . . Me

An Interview with an Average American . . . Me
Recently, one of my interviewees asked if she could interview me for her blog. She wanted to know about my life and what prompted me to begin this project. That gave me the idea to interview myself for this blog as my American interviewee. After all, I am asking people around the world to share... Read more »

Peace for the World and the Orphan Of San Bernadino

Peace for the World and the Orphan Of San Bernadino
“We used to wonder where war lived, what it was that made it so vile. And now we realize that we know where it lives. . .inside ourselves.”  — Albert Camus.  In California, a six-month-old baby girl cries for her parents. Waits, for a mother and father who will never come. She is a victim... Read more »
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Post Republican Debate Cure: A Little Chopin and a Walk in the Woods

Post Republican Debate Cure: A Little Chopin and a Walk in the Woods
The nicest thing happened to me today. A friend in a coffee shop asked me why I haven’t posted lately. I told him about my busy summer, interruptions, and backlog of responses from interviewees. All true. He smiled and added, “I miss reading them.” There is no better motivation. This post comes on the day... Read more »