It seems like more than ever, in our connected society, everyone is hell bent in convincing everybody else that “their” way of thinking is better. Their way of doing things is better. Their beliefs are more important or more true than what another may hold. This feels almost as a confidence exercise, a way to elevate themselves and claim superiority and the more people they “recruit” to their way of thinking or doing, the better. Using hate to achieve this has reached a new low. Just look at our President’s tweets. Ugh. But this not just true about politics, it’s true about anything in life. A few years ago, a woman told me that my son Nicky most likely didn’t want to be an inspiration. She told me this while she forwarded me a video of a disabled woman whose worse thing in her life, she claimed, was to beRead More →