Adolf Hitler was charismatic and loved by millions. His words cut to the heart of the masses. Franklin D. Roosevelt was also a beloved speaker who reached his audience in a different way, largely by his radio “fireside chats.” I’m certain most followers feel they are doing the right thing. We all want… Continue reading Follow Your Heart
Narcissus (1590s) by Caravaggio (Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Antica, Rome.) A leader has been elected for our country. On January 20, we will have a 45th president. Why are we quiet or solemn? Is it because we feel we might have made a mistake that we do not want to admit? But we didn't do anything… Continue reading Who is Donald Trump?
My last post was news about the word of the year from Dictionary.com. This word was not trendy, new-tech, or whimsical, as words of the past have been. In fact, the meaning of this word is quite ugly. As the concept slithered into our thoughts, we have inundated google searches with the horrible word- xenophobic.… Continue reading Uniphilarsian