Category Archives: On Life

Everyday Evil

I recently finished The Lucifer Effect: Understanding How Good People Turn Evil by Philip Zimbardo (Random House, 2007). This book was extremely hard to read. So hard, in fact, that I actually used up all twenty renewals on the library … Continue reading

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If My Life Were a Movie…

…this is the song I would want playing over the closing credits: “The Hard Way” by Mary-Chapin Carpenter. ¬†Especially this part: Have a little trust in us when fear obscures the path You know we got this far, darling, not … Continue reading

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Where Even the People Ranting on the Street are Kind and Helpful

I went up to Pittsburgh this weekend to visit my friend Debbie Hardin, and had a great time.¬† While I was there, I did a couple of promo classes for Little Hands and Big Hands at the Happy Baby Company, … Continue reading

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