Autism, Hope, Reading

Why I Still Love Harry Potter

I love Harry Potter. It’s a great example of immersive world-building, inclusive characterization, and maintains a message about the power of friendship and togetherness against the believed superiority of one group over others. It also got a generation of kids (and adults) […]

Creativity, Hope

Why We Need Artists Now More Than Ever

We really need creative people sharing their ideas, stories, and work in these trying times. With this pandemic screwing with our habits, choices, and even taking our lives, it is more important than ever that we do what we can to stay […]

Change, Daily Awareness Practice, Hope

Sailing For New Lands (DAP)

One doesn’t discover new lands without consenting to lose sight of the shore for a very long time. — Andre Gide That momentary, seemingly endless change in perspective is often needed to gain clarity on a situation. Because when you are so […]