Author: Ella Wood

This story is based on an actual event when an unsuspecting visitor came to our door. Based on this incident I decided to write a story about this most unusual... Read More

Encompassing a wide range of works, children’s literature provides far-reaching opportunities for young kids to learn. It sheds light in so many aspects, helping children see the world clearer than... Read More

Encompassing a wide range of works, children’s literature provides far-reaching opportunities for young kids to learn. It sheds light in so many aspects, helping children see the world clearer than... Read More

During catastrophic times, hope can be hard to find. In fact, as we are approaching the end of 2021, many are exhausted because of the ongoing pandemic—with new variants emerging.... Read More

Societies are comprised of institutions. Wherever there are rules there are institutions. In an era of free market democratic capitalism, some vital institutions that make societies to be prosperous, are... Read More

The nightmares were always the same, always rousing him from a sound sleep with a shock. The sound of gunfire, the screams, and the sensation of holding the lifeless... Read More

Is there anything more painful for a person than losing someone they loved through suicide? What will life be for the people or the loved ones left behind? More importantly,... Read More

Dr. Geraldine K. Piorkowski is a retired clinical psychologist who received her PhD in Clinical Psychology from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. Since then, she worked in a variety of... Read More

Margaret Jackson Moschak has spent most of her life studying people – whether employed as a secretary in a welfare office, teaching in high school, encouraging young students to love... Read More

Even though Covid-19 variants are still a threat, our mindset has moved on. Caregiving was probably the largest change in the lives of many families during the pandemic. Families went from... Read More