Sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me!"
How many of us remember saying those words when our school mates would poke fun of us on the playground? I do.
In my experience those words would be then followed by me making a rude face before walking away to go play somewhere else. However, that schoolyard saying is a lie. In fact if you remember the experience of uttering that tired cliché you realized it was a lie then as you do now. The sting of a
“What is wrong with the world?” I remember hearing a story about a newspaper many years ago who surveyed many notable authors, thinkers and philosophers and proposed this question. After receiving scores of responses to which many were lengthy indeed, one stood out from the rest. It read: “Dear Sirs: I am. Sincerely Yours, G.K. Chesterton.” G.K. Chesterton was a Catholic author and Theologian and a man who understood that the ills of the world, are not external but rather lie