There was a widely taught and extensively embraced theory of parenting back in the 1990s that has been reconsidered by psychologists and educators. Yet it lingers with many of today’s parents — perhaps because it was what was deposited in their young minds as children.

Dr. Aaron Kheriaty has some very challenging and thought-provoking things to say about our loss of community, abandonment of social solidarity and failure to exhibit meaningful social concern for one another.

There is an old, old story I have seen in different forms. The essence of the tale is that a devout but very poor rabbi from Krakow had a dream one night. A voice urged him to make a journey to Prague and to look for treasure under the bridge that led to the king’s palace.

Picture a comfortable room with natural light, lots of coffee, and easy chairs. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ted Cruz, Marjorie Taylor Greene, Mitch McConnell, Nancy Pelosi and Bernie Sanders are having coffee, talking about their concerns for the country and figuring out ways to get people fro…

There is an axiom in mathematics that a sum cannot be greater than its parts. While I don’t argue with that as a math principle, I know it doesn’t hold in relationships. And relationships can’t be reduced to formulas anyway.

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