I was eight years old, curled up on the naugahyde sofa in my grandmother’s basement, when I found my great-grandmother’s copy of Gone with the Wind, the commemorative movie edition. I read it literally to pieces and I can recite the entire first...
"On Christmas, we consider the disorienting, vivid evidence that hope wins. If true, it is a story that can reorient every human story. It means that God is with us, even in suffering." ... See MoreSee Less
"Companies will never admit it, but the truth is that abortion is a good business decision. Providing parental benefits in line with the international standard for developed nations is not." ... See MoreSee Less
Google tells me that a myth is “a traditional story, especially one concerning the early history of a people or explaining some natural or social phenomenon, and typically involving supernatural beings or events” or “a widely held but false belief or idea” or “a misrepresentation of the truth.” The Thanksgiving story is all three. ... See MoreSee Less