Category: Terry Anker

No exceptions to absolutes

Commentary by Terry Anker Sometimes, we have spring in February and winter in March. We humans tend to be a temporally methodical lot. We have rightly come to expect that morning follows the night...

Opinion: The doors of our lives

Commentary by Terry Anker Famed American inventor Alexander Graham Bell, once said, “When one door closes, another opens; but we often look so long and so regretfully upon the closed door that we do...

Opinion: Food for thought

Commentary by Terry Anker Food – we eat it every day and yet most of us know precious little about it. In my younger years, we grew and maintained a garden. Actually, it was...

Opinion: Generous to a fault

Commentary by Terry Anker We can call it generosity, hospitality, or maybe simple kindness. Yet, we all give, and we all take. Can we ever give too much? Maybe, but should we first ask...

Opinion: What we eat

Commentary by Terry Anker As kids growing up in late mid-century America, we were taught that “we are what we eat.” Sitting in the back of our third-grade classrooms, we giggled that we might...