What have we given up of long-term value for our short-term gains?
The New Deal should serve as inspiration for our response to today’s crises.
A West Point history professor suggests to prevent a racist future we must understand our racist past.
Phone calls can produce anxiety. They can also be the best way to reach out to someone who needs a human touch. Take that chance.
My unwillingness to stop and ask for help put me squarely in a situation where I was “thinking while male.”
Understanding compromises made for unity is the start to addressing the underlying causes of our cleavages.
I have a confession to make. I have lived in assisted living my entire life.
As winter departs and we discover newfound optimism, perhaps it is time to revisit what we “really” want to do.
Reducing the gaps between ourselves and others can only come when we live life up close, giving full attention to the world’s detail.
Presidents Day thoughts: extraordinary presidents can come from and be shaped by ordinary places.