We don't want the deeper interactions we have to be like a game of "whack-a-mole", every time a kid comes up, conversation stops, we "whack" the apparent need, and move on. This is no way to have good meaningful dialogue with those we care about and love.
Truth be told, questions are devices that can be used as fuel or fertilizer. They can burn a conversation to the ground or cultivate it to bear fruit.
From main stream to social media, there are many voices vying for our attention. Honestly, I am not always sure who to believe, what to believe and when to just turn it all off. But one thing I know...
It is so routine we are subtly used to it. It surrounds us every day in every way. Turn on any news channel at any time and you are sure to find it. Even ESPN is filled with it these... Continue Reading →