Reuben, as the first born, should have received the honour befitting of a first born. But he does not. Leah’s womb is abundant, but Rachel’s womb is barren.
At the heart of this story, there was a man who was a father. And he was father who cared for his children.
Political leaders are not supposed to be in the top job for decades on end, even if they're seriously good at it. Others should get a chance, too.
In the former colonies, the transformative chapter from oppression to freedom was fraught with uncertainty, fear and even desperation.
At the heart of Inanna’s quest for justice is a provocation. A provocation spurred on by perceived acts of disloyalty, slights to her status, romantic mishaps, sexual transgressions and even acts of violence.
Can a concept as irrational as birthright hold the power and sway to define the lives of private citizens who can barely make ends meet?
Is it justifiable to use an individual’s private life to discredit or dismiss their professional achievements?
We may have respected the father, but those feelings do not automatically transfer to the son when the father is no longer there to run the show.
When I was growing up, my elders told me that if you look really closely, you will notice that the markings on the moon resemble a rabbit or a hare.
The Tiger is the third animal in the Chinese Zodiac and represents a time or place when yang masculine energy is awakening.