Who We Are Spills Out in Times of Crisis
Imagine walking down the street, minding your own business when someone comes out of the blue and crashes into you, making you spill your coffee everywhere. Now…Why did you spill the coffee? The obvious answer is that you spilled your coffee because someone crashed into you. While it may make perfect sense to blame the person who crashed into you,
Your Perspective Informs Your Opinion: How We Respond to Quarantine is as Complex as our Country
Just today, I saw a Facebook post from a friend that hilariously illuminated how dogs and cats view the current Coronavirus quarantine. The dog asked “Why not work from home forever?" The cat was adamant in stating that "America needs to get back to work!" The divergent natures of these household pets bias their supposed opinions. The dog, ever craving
The Responsibilities of Gratitude: A Thanksgiving Reflection
“As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them.” President John Fitzgerald Kennedy uttered those words many years ago as a reminder of the duties that accompany our celebration of Thanksgiving Day. Thanksgiving calls us to evaluate what we treasure most and to give thanks to
Rhapsody of the Seas: Lecture #6
Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines: Rhapsody of the Seas: Lecture #6: Uruguay & Argentina: Beaches, Casapueblo, Montevideo and Buenos Aires.
Rhapsody of the Seas: Lecture #5
Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines: Rhapsody of the Seas: Lecture #5: The Valdes Peninsula, Argentina: Encounters with Penguins, Elephant Seals, Sea Lions and Whales.
Cruise Day #7: Ushuaia, Argentina; the southernmost city in the world. Today, we toured the national park, visited the end/beginning of the PanAmerican Highway and took a catamaran tour of the Beagle Channel. Breathtaking views, sea lions, and another great day with Dad. Tomorrow is another day of cruising en route to the Valdes Peninsula in Argentina.