In high school I traveled between various groups of kids. Perhaps I have a commitment problem… And that was okay with me. I had a busy life. I worked a lot. And once I was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes there was a significant drop-off in the number of people who could actually and properly … Continue reading Feeling Friendly: Part 2 – FriendSHIT
Is ignorance really at home in our hearts?
I worry about the kids these days. I worry about their parents too. I fear too many parents have checked out, leaving these kids without a proper foundation on which to build proper people. I fear people's hearts are full of ignorance and prejudice. I fear they know nothing else. And, I worry we will … Continue reading Is ignorance really at home in our hearts?