The lady in the above photo is Bonnie St. Johns.
Bonnie was sexually abused between ages two and seven. At age five, doctors amputated her leg. She got an artificial leg and had to learn to walk again. Her mother was a single working woman and the family was stuck in poverty.… Read more
We’ve lost the plot today.
We live in a culture which prides itself on working long hours. We run in circles and work harder, frantically ticking items off our to-do list.
And yet, we’ve got this nagging feeling of dissatisfaction.… Read more
We live in interesting times.
Complex is simple, and simple is dauntingly complex. We applaud intricacy, and scoff at simplicity. The latter has no place in this modern, technological sound world.
Yet, achievers – the giants among men – worship simplicity with undying fanaticism.… Read more
This hashtag starts trending each time we hear someone succumbed to depression or mental health disorders. Up go videos, social media updates, newspaper articles, blog posts, and more.
But like other horrific events, these tragedies make the headlines for a few days before they lie forgotten.… Read more