Advice and techniques for getting out of fear mode and into a place of ease and comfort.
Social media is exactly like real life and is no less a reflection of our society than any other medium of expression
“Each of us has a unique part to play in the healing of the world.” ~ Marianne Williamson
Moms who came together as activists share our experiences to help each other and families who are struggling with the education system as it is.
I want to say first and foremost that in no way was this episode meant to be a condemnation or discouragement of the extraordinary and admirable efforts of the Movement for a People’s Party or anyone involved in it. I want nothing more than for them to succeed…
What seemingly impossible solution will we make possible?
I think a good portion of my time on social media during Trump’s term as President has been trying to remove all evidence of him from my feeds.
“Death, Taxes, Cal Ripken, Jr.” These words along with a larger than life image of Baseball’s “Iron Man” were prominently displayed for many years in downtown Baltimore.
My frustration with the recent public discourse surrounding events relating to the United States Postal Service is indicative of my frustration with that of our politics in general these days.
In the lead up to the 2016 election, some on the left (most publicly Susan Sarandon) argued that Donald Trump was a preferential choice to Hillary Clinton because his chaotic nature would wake Americans up to the structural rot permeating our sociopolitical body.