William Butler Yeats

Each day, more than 28,000 people are forced to flee their homes because of conflict or persecution. To believe that migrants
Oh, hold on...Here he comes to drain the swamp in Washington, a Yeatsean shape with lion body and the head of a man with
Emerging from our social doldrums will require deliberate, collective work.
If Patmossery sounds like a fringe passion, you haven't been paying attention to 2016 headlines.
Whether it's helping our children think about what they want to do with their lives, or whether it's re-thinking what we're doing with our own, there is something so powerful in realizing that it's not necessarily what you know but what you do with what you know.
Markievicz is much in the news this year, during the centenary of the Easter Rising. Born in London as Constance Gore-Booth
1. As William Butler Yeats revised his sonnet about a girl fighting off a giant swan, he added "A sudden blow" to the beginning
Now more than ever, leaders must show responsible judgement and respect for human rights and ethical values, rather than reaching for scapegoats and short-term solutions.
If the events in Richmond, Kentucky, and Paris, France, have served any purpose for those who have witnessed them, it is to compel all of us to remember the words of Edmund Burke: "The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing."