Thoughts on integrity, bias, knowledge, and intent in the giving and receiving of recommendations.
Make hard things easier, learn to apologize, write shorter emails, and get on with living a better life.
A mentor helped transform what were short-term bursts of sharpness into a focused way of life.
Define your rules. Then live by them.
My father’s morning practice of centering, and then cheerfully making breakfast, was the example I needed all along.
A West Point history professor suggests to prevent a racist future we must understand our racist past.
In a powerful first Senate speech, Raphael Warnock suggests that when we vote, we pray.
When a situation seems hopeless, then you are the hope. When everything looks dark, you must be the light.
Presidents Day thoughts: extraordinary presidents can come from and be shaped by ordinary places.
When we are complicit, even moral clarity is often not enough to guide us toward the right decisions.