Isabel Allende On Feminism, Love, And Life Getting Better As It Goes

Review: The Soul of a Woman, by Isabel Allende The patriarchy is stony. Feminism, like the ocean, is fluid, powerful, deep, and encompasses the infinite complexity of life; it moves in waves, currents, tides, and sometimes in storms. Like the ocean, feminism never stays quiet. Beloved Chilean novelist Isabel Allende's second memoir, The Soul of... Continue Reading →

Perspectives on Better Sides of the World and Humankind

As we know, 2020 has been the living worst. A helpful balm for the seemingly endless parade of horrors this year has thrown at us is reading some facts about how the state of the world and humanity in general aren't as horrible as they might seem or feel. Let's investigate. First is Factfulness: Ten... Continue Reading →

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