Five leadership lessons from The Jedi.
OK. That was supposed to be an echo and I get points for trying.
Mike the Heathen sends this, a send-up of an upcoming movie called (yes!) The Immensely Caucasian Gods of Egypt. Oh, wait. I got the title wrong, but you get my meaning. Strangely, this group of thespians look precisely nothing like the real thing. For an example, the poster at the top is dreamy Gerard Butler, in the role of the Egyptian god, Set, whose image is just beneath that of Butler’s.
I know! See the similarities?
But then, we can’t quite figure out what Jesus looked like, can we? Jesus of Hollywood usually is a dreamy Caucasian, too, and not at all representative of the ethnicity to which the actual Jesus belonged. But here: Enjoy the show:
If you saw “The Walking Dead” a few days ago, you saw a character, Morgan, reading “The Art of Peace.”
You can read more here, at Lion’s Roar.
And thanks, Alison.
The Atlantic’s Daniel Hertz has written “Affordable Housing Would Be Much Fairer If It Were Treated Like Food Stamps.” An excerpt:
While policies directed at making food more affordable surely are far from perfect, they have several key advantages over those that try to make housing more affordable. Most crucially, SNAP is funded through general revenue streams, and its benefits are guaranteed to anyone whose income qualifies.
And thanks, Kimberley, for the link.