Let’s Agree to Disagree

A school teacher and lifelong military veteran are locked in an epic email debate. It has lasted for months. And neither is backing down. So, why do they keep responding?

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The Case Against Walls

WALLS by Marcello Di Cintio is an award-winning book about the people who live beside notorious walls meant to divide. An interview with the author.

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6 Mind-Blowing Books That I Simply Can’t Put Down

As a notoriously slow reader who has always struggled to finish a book once he’s started it, it takes really special books to keep my attention. These 6 were so good that I could barely put them down, and can’t wait to read them again.

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Exceptions to My Easy-Big Rule

Turning an adage or idea into “the one and only way” only serves to narrow our viewpoints to a single pointed edge. Today, I’m breaking my own rule.

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How Do You Journal?

Is there a right way to journal? I asked 6 friends to share their personal uses of journaling. Here’s how they support their inner wellness with paper and pen.

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Havana is Cuba (A Photo-Essay)

Dilapidated facades. Bursts of color. Oceanic promise. Emblems of old America. The historic capital city of Havana, Cuba, emerges before my eyes. A photo-essay, featuring bonus audio of Havana by night.

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