Tis the season to be thankful. Many of us are making a concerted effort to cultivate a sense of gratitude in our hearts and in the atmosphere of our homes this month. We are reading Ann Voskamp, posting thankful status … Continue reading
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In 1690, John Locke published the Second Treatise of Government that what would become one of the most important documents in the development of American democracy and source of global political evolution, putting government in the hands of the people. … Continue reading
Campaign commercials. What did you feel after reading that phrase? Maybe you felt happy, generous or positive. But more than likely, something turned in your stomach, you rolled your eyes, and your dog yelped and ran out of the room. … Continue reading
“One person can make a difference, and everyone should try.” – John F. Kennedy This week I’m sending in my absentee voter ballot. Not because I’m going to be absent on Election Day, but because my husband and I have … Continue reading
Editor’s Note: Last month, contributor Jessica Rae Huber visited the site that was once known as “Ground Zero”. She reflects on her visit in this article she wrote at Culture Makers.