Much of what we see around us mocks the promise and spirit of Christmas: the hope of peace.
Sometimes, we are fearful that our life might be overlooked in some way, that we won’t be seen by others.
It’s unfortunate that Christmas has become about excess.
French train stations have been gradually rolling out a new kind of vending machine: one that prints out a free story for you to read while you wait.
Somehow, I missed this news story at the end of summer, but police have arrested Vladimir Putin.
Often in life, we don’t tend to notice the small changes.
Why is it that the phrase “It’s none of my business” is always followed by the word “but”?
It’s important to remember that government and politicians have never been the answer to our problems.
We can’t control the coming and going of the seasons in our life any more than we can control the seasons of nature.
Holding on to the past will only misshape our future.