presidential elections

The Story of Strangers Helping Strangers, Because It’s the Right Thing to Do

At around 9pm, I stood in the international terminal of LAX with a group of people I hardly knew. Some I had just met that evening. But they were my people, my tribe.

In nervous anticipation, we scanned the crowds looking for the people we were waiting for. The only problem was we didn’t really know who we were looking for. We had never seen these people either.

When Our Emotions Hijack Our Politics

When you think of the election, your response puts you in one of three camps. You love candidate A and despise candidate B. You love candidate B and despise candidate A. You despise both candidates and are weighing your options between voting for the lesser evil, voting third party, abstaining, or threatening to leave the country (again).

Most of the conversations I hear tend to revolve around the question, “How did we get here?”

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