“There is no ‘there,’ there” famously wrote Gertrude Stein in Everybody’s Autobiography. Gone from her hometown of Oakland for some
How do humans respond when “normal” no longer exists?
Hobbled by guilt yet bound by principle, the souls of men long for redemption. One can rent any number of
An action movie becomes international social commentary on the need to stop injustice. There are awful people in the world.
Every human heart is imprinted with a story, the need for a savior.
Authentic sensitivity meets ambiguous seriousness: life has meaning. Juno’s confession of premarital sex and pregnancy is
A solitary pursuit of life’s meaning by oneself is impossible. If there is no greater statement being made about culture
Introduction Shakespeare demonstrates his view of education in Act 1, Scene 1 of Taming of the Shrew. In his conversation
Why do we make things harder than they have to be? Some people tend to be so introspective that they
You, Oh Lord, have given us the responsibility of managing your creation. In this we take great delight. However, because