The Girl – Flash Fiction

“We thought this day would never come, through trials and successes, our son was able to graduate college despite falling and stumbling. He did it”. Jack was praising his son, Albert, after graduating high school, many thought, including Albert, that he would never graduate high school. Albert had severe ADHD; the focus was difficult; also,Continue reading “The Girl – Flash Fiction”

Confliction

           “In today’s world, was exactly does conflict mean,” ask Professor Lewis. “We need to think outside-the-box when we ask this. What does conflict mean”? Andrews, a sophomore at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, responded, “typically, conflict is between two groups, powers, or actors.” “Just two,” answered Professor Lewis. “Well, again, it’sContinue reading “Confliction”

Windows Of Opportunities

We are ignoring a lot of potential in the world. The United States should focus on other places around the world, rather than China, Russia, Iran, and Syria, perhaps the European Union. There much potential for nations around the world to forge better relationships with each other. We see the rise of China as anContinue reading “Windows Of Opportunities”

Questions Matter

There is nothing wrong, ever, with questioning ideas, thoughts, dogmas, and concepts and issuing rules and policies. There is a need for all of us to such. If someone tells you there is a rule, break it, because most times, it moves progress forward. Now, you could say, a company has a policy against organizationalContinue reading “Questions Matter”

Journalist vs. Critics and Satirists and Their Roles In Society

ournalists are writers and people who share the news. The news that’s shared by journalists, typically have facts in them and they are based on an event typically happened. For example, the President of the United States visits Downing Street to meet with the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. They met for a littleContinue reading “Journalist vs. Critics and Satirists and Their Roles In Society”

Asperger’s and Learning Styles

I have to admit growing up in the American public education system, I was very cynical about it. Middle school and high school was a nightmare for me, not just socially and emotionally, but learning wisely. The vast majority of people, specifically in the United States, like learning through memorizing and in middle school andContinue reading “Asperger’s and Learning Styles”