Writing by Douglas Eadline
Doug | 18 December, 2012 10:02
What can one truly say about the senseless massacre of small children and those that care for them. I tried to put into words what I feel and what I call noble vulnerability.(More)
Doug | 09 November, 2011 09:50
I was sadden to hear Joe Frazier passed away. For those that don't know he was a boxer from Philadelphia. He lived in the town where I grew up. I met him several times and always received a big smile and a warm hand shake from the fists that beat "the greatest.".
Joe was more than boxing. He got the job done and never stepped back. Fearless, ready, and all-in. I like those qualities and I wrote a poem about the man -- Smokin' Joe Frazier.
Doug | 17 May, 2010 16:04
It is said that "mankind resists and fears change." There is much truth in this statement. Fear of change is natural and expected. Fear at its best provides heightened situational awareness and at its worst creates a distorted reality devoid of logic and clear thinking. Of course, no one will argue against the need for positive change in the world today. There are many brave organizations with that same goal, create a better more compassionate world. It is somewhat paradoxical that those organizations who choose to take on such honorable missions are often some of the most misunderstood.(More)
Doug | 24 July, 2009 17:35
Doug | 12 May, 2009 14:19