Book Review- Hamlet

Hamlet, by William Shakespeare, is THE GREAT standard for virtually all Western literature. Inexhaustible in his scope, reach and impact, there are few other writings as important to read in the Western canon. When Prince Hamlet is commanded by his father’s ghost to seek revenge for his murder, Hamlet’s life is turned upside down. Already angry at his uncle for …

Author Bio- Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

With his own holiday and a road named for him in virtually every city in the United States, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. has become an iconic figure. Symbolic of an age and a movement, seen as a prophet, a hero and a hypocrite, worshiped and misunderstood, King gave his life striving to show America what she could be. Yet …

Understand Principles- Natural Law

“…when the older thinkers called the Law of Right and Wrong “the Law of Nature,” they really meant the Law of Human Nature. The idea was that, just as all bodies are governed by the law of gravitation and organisms by biological laws, so the creature called man also had his law—with this great difference, that a body could not …

Principles Quote- Calvin Coolidge on Truth

“We realize that the only road to freedom lies through a knowledge of the truth.”                             The Price of Freedom, Calvin Coolidge

Book Review- The Healing Power of Stories

Daniel Taylor, Ph.D in The Healing Power of Stories begins with this profound statement: “Stories teach us that character…is more important than personality.” In an age where personality reigns supreme with the “Me” generation and the almost hyper-focus on self-discovery, placing character above personality is revolutionary and incredibly necessary. The fascinating twist in Taylor’s approach, though, is talking about character …