When we read a novel, most of us begin on p. 1. But when we encounter a person, we’re usually starting in the middle of the story. If we don’t pay attention to that, we’re liable to misread everything.
Thursday, March 26, 2015
Wednesday, March 11, 2015
The racist chant of the OU Sigma Alpha Epsilon pledges is disgusting enough. But what should really get our attention is how the parents reacted.
A guest post by Bev Godby
Monday, February 23, 2015
“If you could do anything you want, what would it be?” That’s a favorite question of career guidance counselors. But it’s a terrible question! It’s as likely to elicit caprice as conviction.
So how can you tell whether your dream is an impulsive whim or an actual calling?