Tag Archives: empathy

The Day

The day schools begin teaching empathy humanity will begin to realize our potential.   When compassion is taught alongside math human beings will stop being counted as numbers. When kindness is taught alongside science our best and brightest will work towards … Continue reading

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Life, Death, & Food

Anthony Bourdain used food as a way of introducing America to people around the world, their history and culture. He let food speak for itself, and importantly, let people speak for themselves. Bourdain’s Hawaii episode was the first time many … Continue reading

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Refuge

Seeking refuge from the storm the air’s on fire chaos the norm black and blue and shades of grey my soul is tired but I’m okay thank you for this milk and bread bless you now my child is fed … Continue reading

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