“… a high price …”
Category Archives: civil rights
Negotiations in bad faith
“… naviete convincing us …”
Dearest Chicago – Talking out loud
Dearest Chicago, I’ve written about the affinity that I have for you on a number of occasions, most recently in a well-received tome that I penned during a flight home last year. Unfortunately, it seems that I can always count on you for being in the news for all of the wrong reasons. The latestContinue reading “Dearest Chicago – Talking out loud”
Is trying to figure it out a pipe dream?
I sat here quietly. Engrossed in thought attempting to do the impossible, trying to make sense of it all. Actually, I find myself in this position more often than not, but not necessarily sitting on this particular tree stump, looking out at this particular outcrop of trees. But actively sitting in repose, trying to makeContinue reading “Is trying to figure it out a pipe dream?”
My ongoing war against labels
Being true to ourselves is more powerful than a label
Is empathy a relic of the past?
Empathy is a element that is missing in action.
Finality of contradiction – A poem
The lines are blurred, so they can be seen clearly.