Recipes in a graveyard? Yes, it does sound weird, but …READ MORE
In C. S. Lewis’s The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, the Witch casts an evil spell over Narnia, making it a cold and barren land, locked in snow and ice where it’s “always winter but never Christmas.”
Now, …READ MORE
Public discourse is at a nadir. There is plenty of debate, especially over politics and morality. But it is generating way more heat than light.
People on all sides are frustrated with their opponents. “Why don’t they see the light?”…READ MORE
My mother passed away in August four days short of her 70th birthday. When we lose something we love, it’s easy to feel bitter, resentful, cheated. It’s easy to feel that life is cruel, systematically robbing us of everything good …READ MORE
Day by day, year by year, what once was unthinkable has now become celebrated, and even protected by law. Meanwhile, what was once virtuous or admired is seen as hateful and backwards. The older you are, the more you see …READ MORE
On Feb. 7, 1968, after American military forces rained rockets, napalm, and bombs on the village of Ben Tre in South Vietnam, killing hundreds of civilians, Associated Press reporter Peter Arnett quoted a military officer’s justification of the event.
“It …READ MORE