Everywhere around us it seems our country and world are in turmoil. Now, more than ever, there is an urgency for us to focus our full attention on how this turmoil affects the mental health of our children and young adults.
Sometimes stars just go out, leaving the skies that much more dark and lonely. But the truly large stars can set the skies ablaze in a glorious supernova.
The US presidential inauguration is upon us. It comes at a time when our country is deeply divided. We are better than this.
We cannot protect children from ever experiencing the loss of a loved one. However we can offer comfort and support.
When times are troubling and uncertain, children need loving adults to help them cope and to keep them safe.
Gun violence has many victims – both living and dead. The most vulnerable of these victims are children. We owe children much more attention in the ongoing debate on gun control and shootings.
Suffering with uncomfortable emotions can make a person a prisoner of their own existence. Seeking to live in the present through forgiveness can provide a release from the burden.
Water symbolizes life and is crucial to life’s existence. Our precious resource is in trouble.
The magic of awe.
The misunderstanding of Robert Frost’s famous poem may be the impetus to think more deeply on life itself, and the beauty of uncertainty.