Happenstance doesn’t Happen

A traveling nurse by the name of Theresa, sporting a colorful scarf over a plaid top, sat down next to me at gate 150 of Tom Bradley’s International wing at LAX. Throughout our thirty-minute conversation, she called me, “honey child,” and “mama” singing my praises […]

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Fear, Nationalism, and the Second Amendment

It’s easy becoming downtrodden with all the news in the world. It’s understandable becoming immobilized with fear. Fear of violence, fear of being detained in a foreign land, all around fear of being in the wrong place at the wrong time are all valid concerns. […]

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