“Zeitgeist” was written in the midst of disturbing daily news and most people’s dismal responses to it.
“Why We Didn’t” was prompted by the #MeToo movement, the Bill Cosby conviction and the Kavanaugh controversy.
“Health. Care. Well. Being.” considers American moral health in light of the current U.S. healthcare bill.
“New Day” considers the global zeitgeist on the morning that 2016 ends and 2017 begins, and how we might feel hopeful.
“This Choice” reflects on the generational significance of the U.S. Presidential election.
“Dust on the Tongue” begs the question, When Will We Stop the Tragedy of Aleppo?
“The Drop of Honey” offers an allegory for what has preceded the angry divisions between American citizens.
“What I Tell Children” considers the legacy of Nobel Peace Prize recipient, Elie Wiesel.
“Pulse, 2016” honors those slain in Orlando in a mass shooting.
“All Grown Up” considers how world leaders act like school yard bullies.