Lying takes many forms. Continue reading “The Problem with Lying and COVID-19”
The world is debating whether you should wear your mask and gloves.
So, why not make a parody about masks and gloves using one of Bob Dylan’s best songs?
Last night I took a walk. I kept my distance from others, doing my part to flatten the curve.
I was struck again by the first word of it: “Comfort.” What a needed message in these days of conflict, disagreement, uncertainty, misinformation, and danger. Continue reading “The Messiah Did Not Come to Flatten the Curve”
I’m an introvert, which means that although I enjoy being around people, it takes energy. Being alone (and being creative) gives me energy; it helps me recharge. (This is a great book to understand me.)
This pandemic season is a weird one for introverts. On the one hand, we can’t have meetings with people (in person). The meetings we do have include an extra measure of energy-depletion (video conferencing). And yet, it’s hard to be alone (in a house of seven people).
So, I’ve been doing some creative activities to recharge my brain.
Last weekend, I created and shared a parody music video—”I Don’t Want to Live on the Zoom.”
I that I’d share another this week—a parody of Trent Reznor’s “Hurt” (which became one of Johnny Cash’s best recordings and music videos).
I hope this brings a little humor to your day. I sure enjoyed it.