G. A. Botero
I use letters.
- Top Story - February 2024
Silence the WisdomTop Story - February 2024
"Make sure your boots straps are tight" ordered Molly in a friendly but firm tone. "Yessss Mom" Sally replied, rolling her eyes for being talked to like a child. After all, she was 14 and knew how to put on a pair of boots.
We are losing our ability to love
There is no doubt that we are living through a massive attack on personal liberty. For many, this reversal from granting rights to taking away rights signifies the end of democracy as we know it and possibly the start of a sort of fascism. For others, this marks a return to normal, where rights are mostly for the mainstream and where those who are different need to keep their differences private and not expect to exercise then publicly at will.
Embracing the power of ADHD
Once upon a time, in a world of constant hustles, social media stardom, and never-ending deadlines, where people seemed to never get left behind and never look back on their well-trodden paths, there lived a boy named Lenny. Young Lenny wasn’t like other children; he was usually referred to as “unique” or “different,” the nicer words that were used to describe him. You see, Lenny was different from most. The way his mind worked set him apart from the rest — a brilliant mind fueled by the extraordinary yet unidentified power of ADHD.