If you’re looking for a great read, one book you should add to the top of your reading list is One Kick by Chelsea Cain.
I was given Volume 4, Tattered and Lost: Cakes, Picnics, and Watermelon as a Christmas gift, and it is incredible.
My Brief History is more than just personal stories. Hawking reveals the thoughts behind some of his greatest ideas, and also shares his early interest in science, and his years at Oxford when his health began to suffer.
Life will vanish, goodness will at times go and bend to darkness that is seemingly insurmountable, but stories like Erdrich’s can redeem, heal, and have staying power.
Throughout difficult years of sorrow and disappointments she unknowingly had his love—a light from a distant sun warming her all along.
With such a strong beginning, I was convinced I would keep loving the story as it progressed. What happened next is something I am all too familiar with.
Humans have always been capable of great things, but unless we evolve to be better human beings, advances in technology will not necessarily advance us.
While there are no clear answers on how to help these individuals, it’s possible the soldiers documented were drowning in plain view, because it is not enough to have just their loved ones fighting for their survival and health.
If America had parents, our proverbial parents would probably be England (the overbearing Father) and France (our loving and flighty Mother). But Paris would be our delightful, worldly, wise, flirtatious, possibly lesbian, beautiful, volatile Aunt with many lovers and a vast art collection. Her influence whispered in our ear, put treats in our pockets, taught […]