A Year End Review: A Ten Commandments’ Tale

i would like to express my gratitude to the blog readers. educational, informative, meaningful, inspiring, and practical posts have been the goal. with that, each view, like and follow has offered insight and direction towards further content. for those who never believed the addage that history repeats itself, the year 2021, is proof that theContinue reading “A Year End Review: A Ten Commandments’ Tale”

A World Without Discourse, A Must Read: A Ten Commandments’ Tale

nobody’s voice should be suppressed us vice president kamala harris to understand the problem in context, i share with you three stories. first, in my occupation, i have been blessed to interact with some brilliant doctors. one of them, a shoulder specialist, imparted upon me the following wisdom: he said that one great surgery oftenContinue reading “A World Without Discourse, A Must Read: A Ten Commandments’ Tale”

Thou Shalt Not Tweet: A Ten Commandments’ Tale

during the pandemic, i read a history book concerning disease. the book detailed how humanity was able to identify a disease, determine the disease’s cause, and develop policies, treatments, and medicines to address the disease. the book demonstrated periods of trial and error with respect to tackling disease. addressing disease was never monolithic. many voices,Continue reading “Thou Shalt Not Tweet: A Ten Commandments’ Tale”

A Ghost Story That Was True…Until It Wasn’t: A Ten Commandments’ Tale

it is ghost story with all the trappings. a house where the former owner had died. a dark night. and suspense. at my house, there was an office in the backyard. it was late at night. it was dark. it was the time when the nocturnal animals in the neighborhood came to snack on theContinue reading “A Ghost Story That Was True…Until It Wasn’t: A Ten Commandments’ Tale”

Hey Internet, No Tanks For Censoring a Historical Moment: An All Around Bad Idea

and they shall beat their swords into plowshares and their spears into pruning hooks; nation shall not lift the sword against nation, neither shall they learn war anymore. isaiah 2:4 the hebrew bible, despite its age, is popular today perhaps for one reason, “ugliness.” the bible freely describes the worst of humanity. even the revered,Continue reading “Hey Internet, No Tanks For Censoring a Historical Moment: An All Around Bad Idea”