Regret is a difficult thing to get over. It can eat at one's psychey like a cancer and force a person to relive painful memories over and over. I've gotten caught up in regret before. The problem with regret is it forces a person to stand still, feet wedged in the past, with eyes...
Part of White House evacuated; Obama not present, witnesses say
Cartoon: Everything in moderation
Bennett and Weston: The politics of scapegoating
This lightweight is heavily into Sumo
Charles Bronfman: The most wonderful gift I’ve ever received
To be read at the NYC Rally protesting “The Death of Klinghoffer”
Our Jewish obligation to make an impact on climate change
The new year brings viewers new T.V. shows
March 10, 2013 | 11:38 pm
April 7, 2005 | 8:00 pm
I am 33,000 feet above ground en-route to LaGuardia, accompanying my father to his brother's funeral. I am expecting the coming days to be very difficult for my father, but not in the way you would expect. You see, my father and his recently deceased brother had not spoken in 20...