Beat poet Lawrence Ferlinghetti and Dolly Parton: both global yet grounded in place.
Reducing the gaps between ourselves and others can only come when we live life up close, giving full attention to the world’s detail.
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.
Born in slavery, Frederick Douglass chose February 14th as his birthday. Read why he remains a prophet for today.
When we are complicit, even moral clarity is often not enough to guide us toward the right decisions.
Songs during a pandemic for the lonesome. But who knows…you may not be that lonely yet!
Links to 13 articles from the impeachment to people who coronasplain to Mission Control’s restoration.
As in so many things in life, the journey of seeking is much more important than the destination.
Ensuring that our stories include a sense of humanity can help us in these turbulent times.