Love First Learned from a Lady

Love First Learned from a Lady

But love, first learned in a lady’s eyes… Shakespeare, Love’s Labours Lost It has been said that woman specializes in loving. There is a profound truth in this. It is not that men do not know how to love or are not called to love. But women, especially in...
Making Good Play Happen Today

Making Good Play Happen Today

“Happy hearts and happy faces, Happy play in grassy places— That was how, in ancient ages, Children grew to kings and sages.” Robert Louis Stevenson, A Child’s Garden of Verses What sounds like a sweet childhood ditty in fact points to one of the most significant, and...
What Autumn Offers

What Autumn Offers

“Autumn sheds its varied windfalls.” Virgil, Georgics Nature is constantly prodding us, offering us something to humanize our life. Often we do not hear or notice. So, nature strives all the more, changing things up and trying to get our attention. This is always the...
Being Liberal in Our Homes

Being Liberal in Our Homes

“…the liberal man will both give and spend the right amounts and on the right objects, alike in small things and in great.” Aristotle, Nicomachean Ethics It is remarkable how one word can have such different meanings. The same word can point to something to...

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