July’s Word Worth Magazine. This month brings
us a musing on the branches and fractals in our lives by our
Michael J. Cahill, as well as a view of summer in the artful photographs
of flowers on our Arts page. Also enjoy a reminiscent
Marien Helz about a mother’s cooking, and habits passed down
Word Worth’s mission
is to publish Editorials and
Columns on subjects as diverse as xeriscaping, travel,
archaeology, and many others, and to present fine poetry, stories,
novels, and photography in the Arts section. The opinions presented are
those of the individual writers, and not necessarily those of WordWorth.
We do not shy away from controversial subjects, but we believe in
dealing with them respectfully and rationally. In one of his relatively
more recent concerts, Arlo Guthrie said that over the years he had made
friends that he might not have expected to make initially. He concluded
that there are two kinds of people: those who care and those who don’t.
He came to realize that you can find both of those kinds on every side
of every issue. We concur with that sentiment, and hope to present
ideas in the spirit of enlightened searching.