One of the great problems in the world is also one of the most invisible, because — by its nature — it asks to be hidden and saps our ability to spot its symptoms. But to generalize grossly, few things so undermine human well-being as the sickness of shame.
Author: R.A. Dewan
Campfire Stories: Back To The River
Welcome to the first installment of Campfire Stories! Listen to R.A. Dewan read and then discuss Back To The River. Click on the image below to listen to the story! Want to read the story too? Click here!
On The Florida School Shooting
In the aftermath of the Florida shooting, many have demanded that the government solve the problem, through stricter gun control or mandating increased security measures. Whether consciously or unconsciously, we as a populous are in effect “putting the ball” in the government’s “court” with these demands. While there certainly needs to be a reevaluation of the regulations, … Continue reading On The Florida School Shooting
Phones: The Ugly Truth
The dark truth is that it’s become very hard to find anyone and certainly anything more interesting than a smartphone. We love our phones and would never want to give them up, but we are also subtly aware that these delightful gadgets bear a hidden cost. To say that we are addicted to our phones … Continue reading Phones: The Ugly Truth
The Real “Fake News”
To lay claim to any respectability or competence, we know that we must keep up with the news. That is why we have rigged the earth with satellites and created a legion of networks to inform us of every event to have unfolded in the last few moments. We even keep tiny devices to track … Continue reading The Real “Fake News”
A Traditional Love Story
I love Halloween. It’s the one time of year everyone wears a mask, not just me. People think it’s fun to pretend you're a monster, but me, I spend my entire life pretending I’m not one. Brother, friend, harmless co-worker, all a part of my costume collection. But tonight, one very special person will get … Continue reading A Traditional Love Story