Neil Postman put it succinctly, if more broadly, in 1985: Only in the printed word can complicated truths be rationally conveyed. (National Affairs)
As my wife, daughters and I hiked through the woods at one of the many state parks near our home, I explained to them how we were doing three things that were simultaneously boosting our happiness at that moment. . . (CNN)
And what that has meant for America’s middle-class families
— Read on www.theatlantic.com/education/archive/2019/09/college-cost-indebted-zaloom/597181/
Almost all “wild rice” is cultivated, but the real thing grows freely on the lakes of northern Minnesota
— Read on www.saveur.com/true-story-wild-rice-north-americas-most-misunderstood-grain/
Beck is one of the leading advocates for adaptive climbing in the United States. She believes we have not yet seen how far adaptive climbers can take the sport. “I don’t know what the real limit is,” she says.
I bow to you Maureen Beck! “Adaptive climbing; Shmadaptive climbing.” You “out climb” me in every way. I get nervous climbing too high in trees. I’m OK with that. Sending you an awesome sized big hug. Yes, a hug that would elicit both wonder and terror–not unlike climbing a sheer thousand-foot cliff. I hope you find no limits!