If you are reading this, what’s going on around here is all your fault…But I will get back to that a little later. First, some good news: Folks who the … Read more…
There will never be another generation of parents like the one raising children today. The premise is obvious, yet easy to forget. A vast majority of today’s parents navigated childhood … Read more…
I’m sitting in a 24-hour diner in Lancaster, PA as I write this, the last of my Saturday evaporating like steam from my cup of coffee. Looking back over my day, I realize that I’ve navigated it like a legitimate self-actualized introvert.
It started at my hometown supermarket this morning. Before 8 AM, to avoid the crowds, of course.
The following piece emerged from the previous one I wrote, peeked its head out from behind its father’s legs like a child. I’m pretty sure this is what I wanted to write about all along.
Real fear and the art of surviving
After I made the list I shared in my last post, I reflected on my worries in this life. Vacationing, shopping, dining, ascending (in a few ways), hurting myself and playing sports.
I felt shame because there are people who fear that they won’t be able to provide dinner for their family.
Recently, I was sitting on the sand in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina and I starting thinking about what you might imagine I would start thinking about. Fear. I flew from … Read more…