Nov 14, 2019
We don't need to know better; we need to know differently. We must always be aware of challenging our past experiences against a future memory in amber. Do we really know everything required to live a prescient life? Or do we need to release what holds us back from learning something new? Have we yet to learn the...
Sep 5, 2019
We often believe without knowing. Here's the true story of a young, Lily-White Boy from Nebraska who sought to attend -- and was accepted by -- Howard University in Washington, D.C., a traditional Black College.
Aug 1, 2019
Shakespeare knew we were flawed in the dark. We think we know, we think we see the light -- but we are always, and already, burdened by now knowing, but with the full understanding of that in which we do not know.
May 3, 2018
Questions and Answers are never a fine format for knowing. We parlay understanding into the realm of an education being found in the question -- and not the answer. The passing of wisdom is not passive, it must be dynamic to be effective; and parsing a question into an answer is like pressing a box into a circle; it may...
Sep 7, 2017
If we only knew then what we know now, would we still want to live? That question has bedeviled the human mind for a millennia. We travel back in time to meet the young actress Debralee Scott -- to ask her about the life, the tragic end, that would befall her in a few short years -- and to wonder, with her, and against...