That the unmarked road is often a shortcut to nowhere…

It’s an iconic image and big screen mainstay: the depiction of an exasperated individual leaping through an open meadow, smiling broadly from ear-to-ear with arms raised in triumph. This scene is often the happy ending to a classic movie, and just as often includes two people running toward each other...finally embracing the fruits of their … Continue reading That the unmarked road is often a shortcut to nowhere…

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That the future is just the past with the inclusion of the lessons learned today…

We have seen this all before. The madness. The chaos. The confusion. World leaders puffing out their chests in stubborn defiance, daring one another to test their mettle and challenge their resolve. Though recently it has become the stuff of political thrillers in paperback and on the big screen, the genesis of the powerful flaunting … Continue reading That the future is just the past with the inclusion of the lessons learned today…

That we could all use a *commercial* break…

It is an age-old matter of intrigue, debate, and in many cases, war...the divisive dichotomy between the “haves” and “have-nots” in this world dates back to the beginning of time. From Pharaohs ruling enslaved servants during the construction of the vast pyramids of Egypt, to the very foundation of monarchies epitomizing the concept that those … Continue reading That we could all use a *commercial* break…

That Trump’s sobriety means God must be drinking for two…

“I prefer to think that God is not dead, just drunk.” These words were spoken by the late American film director John Marcellus Huston who worked his magic behind the camera for such classics as The Maltese Falcon and whose daughter (Anjelica Huston) made her claim to fame as Morticia Addams in The Addams Family … Continue reading That Trump’s sobriety means God must be drinking for two…