Whether the idea of having human reproduction require two sexes was a brainstorm of God or the random result of evolution, this fact of life certainly leaves me with a lot of questions.
It was a Flower power day, for sure.
Life can be stressful. Daily demands and unforeseen distractions can take their toll on our psyches and our bodies. The last few years are a testament to how life can throw a lot at you. Health professionals constantly preach the importance of finding ways to de-stress and slow down. There are a number of recommended solutions out there – meditation, yoga, mindfulness and more. The library has many books and resources to help learn those techniques. But there’s one resource you might not associate with the library – nature.
On the 246th anniversary of our founding, many Americans will find reason for pessimism about the nation’s future. There are many difficult challenges before us, which I will list shortly. Still, we are also possessed with deep wells of strength from which to craft a free and prosperous future.
It’s somehow fitting that “Elvis” was the number one movie in America as we headed into the July 4 holiday weekend.
This week, we move deeper in Indiana’s economy, down the gross domestic product (GDP) rabbit hole into the sectors of that economy.
The staccato “pop-pop-pop” rings out across the neighborhood just as dusk settles in. A whistling bottle rocket explodes with a colorful bang. Sparklers crackle and sizzle in the hands of bewitched children (and some grown up kids.)
Ukraine’s President Zelensky is worried. That might sound like the understatement of the year, given Putin’s invasion and destruction of his country.
In the aftermath of two momentous Supreme Court decisions last week on guns and abortion, emotions are running high and, indeed, starting to turn ugly.