“Hello Doctor, how are you feeling?”
“Under employed,” I said flatly.
This was Winona, my outplacement co-worker at UC San Francisco Medical Center. We were on a phone call. 172 more words
At the conclusion of the last post, I suggested comparisons between Joseph Smith and Transcendentalist thought were too often tied to Ralph Waldo Emerson. Emerson, of course, became the standard bearer of this new philosophy in the mid-19th century. 753 more words