When Burger King offered a job to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex in an advertisement, it highlighted several problems with our society. Among them, it illustrated that our society depends on multiplied millions of people who do vital jobs that we seldom appreciate fully.
Now behind exalted as the best coach of all time, LSU football coach Ed Orgeron recalled the day he failed to get a permanent job with the University of Southern California football team in 2013. He told his wife, Kelly, “Besides the day I buried my father, this is the worst day of my life.” She replied, “No, it’s not,” and explained that “God had a better plan.” Orgeron said, “Whew! It better be good.” It's safe to say, he had no idea what God had in store for him.
Prince Harry and his wife, Duchess Meghan Markel announced that they will be taking a step back as senior members of the royal family. As concerns grow about the royal duos' struggles with mental health, the two are set to discuss options regarding their positions in the royal family with the Queen on Monday.
A Ukrainian plane taking off in Tehran, Iran fell out of the sky leaving all 176 people aboard dead. The cause of the plane crash has yet to be officially determined, but U.S., Canadian and British officials are saying it is "highly likely" that an Iranian anti-aircraft missile downed the plane.
If data supports the claim that we have just had the best decade in human history, why does everyone seem so frustrated these days? According to Gallup, Americans are among the most stressed people in the world. The younger we are, the angrier, more worried and more stressed out we are.
When Iran's Qassem Soleimani was killed last week, I was in Israel giving a guided tour of the Holy Land. Some in our group asked if Israel would raise its “threat level” in response to Soleimani’s death. My answer was that they live every day at the highest level of preparation. When you’re a country the size of New Jersey surrounded by enemies who want to exterminate your nation, expecting the unexpected becomes a way of life.