Summer of 2020: Brutality

2020 has been a brutal year. It's as if violence is airborne, along with the coronavirus, traveling into all parts of our lives. Work. School. Grocery shopping. Dinner. Bedtime.  And of course, the news.  I won’t abandon the news because I really believe I need to know what’s happening around me. The news has always... Continue Reading →

The Psychological Abuse of Propaganda

In 2020, reading the news has often felt stressful and intense. The events themselves are troubling, but there is an added layer of distress when the truth we observe is contradicted by official reports from authority figures. This is not imaginary-- it’s a result of psychological manipulation used to advance political agendas. It also suggests,... Continue Reading →

Remember Who the Real Enemy Is

In what feels increasingly like a dystopia, a line from The Hunger Games seems like a fitting place to start. Right now, there is a wave of protest spreading deep and wide. It is astounding. All kinds of people, from those on the perpetual protest circuit to those who’ve never been engaged in anything more... Continue Reading →

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