Her Majesty

With the Queen’s passing, there is so much talk about what we can learn from her amazing life. We mention words like dignity, elegance, class, restraint, tradition, respect, nobility, and while all these are so important, I think that what made these true was her dedication to service. One image I was particularly struck byContinue reading “Her Majesty”

Motives

“Every news consumer should be on guard against flimsy arguments or tendentious cuts. We can and should question journalists’ motives. But, if we demand that journalists have no motives at all, we’ll be forced to outsource the job to algorithms and drones, which are— so far, at least— even less thoughtful than humans.” Andrew Marantz,Continue reading “Motives”

Disrespected and Wholesome

By: Gabriela Yareliz I wanted to share a random observation: There can be two women. One is worldly. She dresses perhaps less modestly, curses, sometimes behaves irresponsibly, and may throw tantrums or be more high maintenance about certain things. Then, there can be an older woman who is modest, wholesome, and kind. In this world, forContinue reading “Disrespected and Wholesome”

Monday Inspiration: September 12, 2016

By: Gabriela Yareliz Happy Monday! I saw a sign that said: “I run on caffeine, chaos and cuss words.” So cheesy. But, it made me wonder– what do I run on? We all run on something; especially on Mondays. What are your three things? I guess mine sign would say: “I run on vegan/gluten free proteinContinue reading “Monday Inspiration: September 12, 2016”