An interview with David A. Goldstein, author of Alley-oop to Aliyah: African American Hoopsters in the Holy Land.
I hate that most children’s menus list chicken fingers, macaroni and cheese, or buttered noodles. No wonder most kids are vegetable-opposed.
Every night before my head hits the pillow, I record one blessing from the day on my iPhone notepad.
With six Fakesgivings now come and gone, I wanted to share what I’ve learned from hosting this festive feast.
I have learned over the years that gratitude is a way of seeing and thinking, not a feeling. Gratitude is the vision -- the way of seeing -- that recognizes a “gift” as something inspired rather than occasioned.