The things that happen to us are not what’s important. What’s important is our response.
Wise people know how to find some joy even in the midst of what is hard.
Weekly letters of gratitude proved a powerful antidote to the poison that threatened to permeate our lives in 2020.
The books which have shaped the work of a leader at one of my favorite historic sites.
The comment that “my father did the ironing and my mother did the finances” led down a new path.
History will find those who put personal gain and short-term power above service to community and country.
A poem by Octavia Butler that is appropriate for our times.
History shows the positive impact effective, empathetic leadership brings during times of upheaval.