Month: June 2020

WHO GOVERNS SCHOOLS?

“looking off at the past as though it were a place one might still get to” ― Cathie Pelletier, Beaming Sonny Home “I don’t know how to describe that feeling, just to say that it’s kind of like cold, sunny… Read More ›

BUT I DO LIKE HAMBURGERS

“I feel that the dormant goodwill in people needs to be stirred. People need to hear that it makes sense to behave decently or to help others, to place common interests above their own, to respect the elementary rules of… Read More ›

IT IS WITH GREAT SADNESS…

“The fact is, parents and schools and cultures can and do shape people. The most important influence in my life, outside of my family, was my high school journalism teacher, Hattie M. Steinberg. She pounded the fundamentals of journalism into… Read More ›

A BUNDLE OF NEWS

“You see, they think they’re saving you, and you think you’re saving them. That’s where the trouble starts. Someone says, ‘I saved you, now here’s what I want.’ And its the same with big countries and little ones, religious leaders… Read More ›

PRAY FOR A BETTER WEEK

“Men imagine that they communicate their virtue or vice only by overt actions, and do not see that virtue or vice emit a breath every moment.” ― Ralph Waldo Emerson, Self-Reliance “I may be asked whether I am a prince… Read More ›