The Rich Live Longer Everywhere. For the Poor, Geography Matters.

The top 1 percent in income among American men live 15 years longer than the poorest 1 percent; for women, the gap is 10 years. These rich Americans have gained three years of longevity just in this century. They live longer almost without regard to where they live. Poor Americans had very little gain as… Continue Reading The Rich Live Longer Everywhere. For the Poor, Geography Matters.

62 people own the same as half the world, reveals Oxfam Davos report 

"The Oxfam report An Economy for the 1%, shows that the wealth of the poorest half of the world’s population has fallen by a trillion dollars since 2010, a drop of 38 percent. This has occurred despite the global population increasing by around 400 million people during that period. Meanwhile, the wealth of the richest 62… Continue Reading 62 people own the same as half the world, reveals Oxfam Davos report 

“Art is not like science, it’s not like mathematics…”

  "Art is not like science, it's not like mathematics... it doesn't improve. The work that was done in 2000 B.C. is as relevant as art today. And that's the fascinating thing about art. That's a conundrum. There is no new invention...This work is valid." Early Bronze Age (Iran or Mesopotamia). Head of a ruler, ca.… Continue Reading “Art is not like science, it’s not like mathematics…”

“…things have changed”

https://embed-ssl.ted.com/talks/emilie_wapnick_why_some_of_us_don_t_have_one_true_calling.html On a personal note, I had my Ordination Council meeting yesterday. It was an intensely personal time, but it was something that I've been working towards for a long time. I can't go into specifics, but one of the themes I addressed is "why" I'd want to go through this if I weren't necessarily… Continue Reading “…things have changed”