The family is in trouble. Members are feeling hurt and betrayed. Parents are struggling to connect. Join me on my journey to change the world and reunite the family, one person at a time.
Weight, dis-ease (disease), broken families: what do they have in common? How do we find a better way?
To my mind, there is something special about being human that speaks to the existence of humanity. Homo sapiens are the only of anything which has the ability to create from our imaginations. And this ability is a key factor in understanding quantum mechanics. In fact, quantum mechanics appears to me, by its very existence, … Continue reading Quantum Mechanics and the Real World
I write this in hope you will find some support in my words that you will vote in the upcoming election. I hope you will believe that it is worth voting for someone who will not inevitably win. I hope you will vote. Believe your choice to vote for an alternative candidate, whoever it is, … Continue reading Why should I vote? Why does my vote matter?
I think Comegna has made some very valuable points. If you have not listened to his podcast on Cato Institute, you should take 5 minutes and do so. I have listed here my basic thoughts on how to answer Mr. Comegna's opinion of our current election and where our nation is headed. I think he has not considered … Continue reading In Answer to Mr. Comegna of Cato Institute
In every life, we choose. What we choose determines what life will bring us. If we choose to make life easy on ourselves, what is the natural consequence? Let's look as some examples: If we choose to stay up late ('easy') because we find it easier to get things done after dark, we then must … Continue reading Disruption is a Choice
If we look for great women disrupters in history, we find that they are attached to men who have been the great stabilizers of history. Let's begin with Eleanor Roosevelt, who took her husband from being a 2 term pacifist who wanted and supported isolationism to a champion of the free world. She never let … Continue reading Great Women Disrupters of the Past – Eleanor Roosevelt
October 19, 2015, Whitney Johnson’s article “Personal Disruption: 14 Role Models + 7 Books to Get You Started”, on LinkedIn caught my attention. Most especially, her last comments: “Who should be on this list that isn't? Sara Blakely, founder of Spanx Bill Gates Edmund Hillary, the first person to scale Mt. Everest Michael Jackson Jesus, … Continue reading Greatness in Disrupters
As young woman with dreams bigger than her life, I took the challenge to focus on raising my children full time until they were established on their own. As a traditional homemaker in a time when women of import were finding ways to balance a career and a family life, I found myself disconnected with … Continue reading My Story
https://vimeo.com/168699063 How do a hard-working, visionary refugee liaison, an award-winning videographer, an award-winning photographer, award-winning portrait painter, and an award-winning author who have never all met each other, (they live in four different time zones), find one another and combine their gifts to bless the displaced, distressed and desperate? Divine choreography. And what are the … Continue reading Their Story is Our Story: Giving Refugees a Voice — Melissa Writes of Passage