March is women's history month. A roster of women's names scrolled across my mind as potential blog ideas. I'd read biographies of amazing women, and the internet would provide thousands more. I'd pluck out Fab Five Women, telling of their turning points and milestones.
Image by lauraelatimer0 from Pixabay Are books we select a window to our core self? If I asked you, what was the last book you read, would I know you better? I might or not. Alex Michaelide’s suspense, The Silent Patient, is more likely to be a repose from reality instead of a glimpse of … Continue reading Values We Hold
There is a woman in my neighborhood I'll call Louise Barton. LB posts inflammatory news on her Facebook page, seldom providing sources for her information. I've unfriended many males on FB, but I'm slow to cut ties with women. That sure sounds like double standards. It is. I understand my sisters and know their sufferings on account of their gender. I also know that underneath the most rigid shells beat soft hearts.
Reading about defenders of justice and freedom inspires us. Humanity's inherent sense of fairness is embedded in us and passed on to the young. The exceptions are people born or forced into horrid conditions where survival is the only goal. But even then, a few rise to the challenge. Looking at myself from an outside the forest perspective, I admit that my boldness could use a shot of B12.