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Failed Experiment

Well, apparently Choosing was right when she said she thought I could only go two days without writing about Trump.  While this post is not about him, per se, it does refer to him, and I find that there is almost no way to write about the reality of the day without invoking his ugly name.  756 more words

Social Commentary

Book Review: Night by Elie Wiesel

Title: Night
Author: Elie Wiesel
Published: 1958
Genre: Nonfiction – Historical

Synopsis: Night is a work by Elie Wiesel about his experience with his father in the Nazi German concentration camps at Auschwitz and Buchenwald in 1944–1945, at the height of the Holocaust and toward the end of the Second World War. 426 more words

Book Reviews

Currently Reading

I know I promised reviews a couple of weeks ago, but I haven’t read any books which I particularly liked or thought I could effectively write a review for. 85 more words

The Cross-Cultural Kaleidoscope: A Systems Approach to Coaching, by Jenny Plaister-Ten

How Intercultural Understanding Enriches the Coaching Relationship

My book, The Cross-Cultural Kaleidoscope, was written over a period of four years, in a pre-Brexit world.  This called for an increase in cultural understanding, thanks to the forces of globalisation, increased mobility and the impact of technology, bringing about multi-cultural societies and new ways of working. 1,114 more words

Psychoanalysis

Sanders Democrats Are Dead Wrong to Blame Israel for Conditions in Gaza

Descendants of the handful of people who survived the Nazi extermination of the Jewish community of Kishinev—then part of Bessarabia, now the capital of the recently formed country of Moldova—streamed a video of a fluttering American flag and played a soundtrack of “The Star Spangled Banner” to welcome their American visitors last week. 1,439 more words

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