Frank Wade encourages exploration of new perspectives leading to faith-based reflections on the human experience.
Empathy and helping others is at the heart of both leadership and humanness. Nurture that impulse.
Where everything seems new, we learn and grow not only through considering our own experiences and what our senses are telling us, but by hearing from a wide variety of voices.
A crisis can be illuminating. It can also bring about a moment of reckoning.
Have you ever noticed how easy it is to break into a rant? Come to think of it, that could be an opening line from an Andy Rooney parody. I’ve been thinking of that cranky curmudgeon from CBS’s 60 Minutes recently as I’ve listened to some of our political discussions. Rooney would fit right in as a television pundit in our age of grievance. I am afraid I understand the allure of grievances all too well. The temptation to rant is very enticing at times, and on very serious subjects, no less. For example… In recent weeks I’ve had the thought that what the world needs to hear is my take on the grating personality of Clemson football coach Dabo Swinney. Most recently he claimed his team was “favored by God” after they beat Ohio State in the college football semifinal. I usually quote the late Lewis Grizzard on God and sports: “As best as I can tell, God was undefeated in all sports last year. Anybody who won thanked Him, and I never heard a …