“Lady Gaga and Tennessee Williams Are Doing It” or Lessons from Campari—Part 1

Q: What’s bright red, bitter, alcoholic, filled with the crushed exoskeletons of insects (formerly) and wisdomHINT: Its not your Aunt Lydia.

A: Campari; the greatest, most divisive spirit you may have never heard of.

Piggybacking off the wild success of my little series of Things I Learned from Sauerkraut, I’ve decided to continue the theme for the Wednesday installment of my blog.  So without further ado, here are Four Things I’ve Learned from Campari, with another six to follow next week.

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Just Call. . .

As humans, some of the greatest gifts we can give each other are respect, compassion, friendship, and love (kind of in that order).  None of us exist in a vacuum, and while we often choose to divide ourselves superficially along the lines of gender, age, race, sexual orientation, spirituality, politics, etc. we are ultimately more the same than we are different.

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