Sixty-seven-year-old Walter Kendal isn't your typical homeless man. He wears London Fog and is accompanied by a pet homing pigeon named Jackie. After fleeing devastating personal events, Walter is accused of a crime he did not commit. Now a fugitive on the run, Walter sleeps under the stars at night but during the day enters... Continue Reading →
Joyful Outcast Sometimes joy arrives in the strangest of circumstances. It often comes from those deemed outcasts. It takes a conversation with a homeless veteran to remind us that we have heat blowing through vents in our homes. It takes our car breaking down for us to realize the joy of transportation. Gratitude often... Continue Reading →
Free Chapter, Hope Deferred
What can be learned from situations that seem bleak or hopeless? Perhaps there is a reason tucked inside the changing tide that is higher than our human understanding? Joy can come from the darkest of places and ignite like a sparkler in the blackest sky. In my early 20s, this suburbia girl found herself living... Continue Reading →
Finish Your Set!
We must finish our sets. Sometimes we learn life lessons from scholars and authors, teachers and the age. Today I learned valuable lessons from a popular pop star: This past week, I watched a documentary and learned valuable lessons from a man who sings songs I mostly don't listen to. His name is Justin Timberlake.Master... Continue Reading →