We need social media regulation

By Lee Liming | July 4, 2023

In high school, my father warned me not to believe anything I heard through the grapevine until it was confirmed by people who were directly involved. Can rumors and gossip maintain social order for a country of 350,000,000+ people? I don’t think so.

God’s wild garden

By Lee Liming | July 2, 2022

We think we’re creating a beautiful garden, realizing our personal sense of rightness: how things should be. Then the life-giving rain comes and we realize how not in control we really are.

Yes, he made a mistake, but we failed him

By Lee Liming | July 12, 2020

“I think I made a mistake.” Ok, yes. It was a mistake to attend a COVID party. But it breaks my heart to think he might have died feeling he alone was responsible for his death. This is a person whose community failed him.

Our struggle with death

By Lee Liming | October 19, 2019

I’ve been reading a lot about death lately. More specifically, the psychology of death: how we think about death and how thinking about death affectsRead More

What I do (Season 20, Episode 8)

By Lee Liming | August 30, 2019

My wife, Kristin, jokes that whenever someone asks me what I do, her ears perk up, because she likes to hear the latest story. ItRead More

No instruction manual?

By Lee Liming | March 14, 2019

It’s often said that life doesn’t come with an instruction manual. It might, however, come with a few indicators, like lights on a dashboard. TheRead More