A Father’s Day Love Story

This is not an ordinary love story. We begin with death. My father is dead. He died homeless and disabled. At first, my father’s death brought me comfort because his life made me uncomfortable. Months before his death, I traveled to the heart of Jerusalem and prayed for my father to find peace. I wantedContinue reading “A Father’s Day Love Story”

Mental Health Pandemic

There’s good news and bad news. First the bad news. COVID-19 is infecting our brains. Even if you don’t test positive for the virus, it’s making us all, even the uninfected, mentally sick. It’s safe to say the mental infection rate is nearly one hundred percent. Our mental health depends on three primary areas: strongContinue reading “Mental Health Pandemic”