Many of us in vocational roles are spurred on by the need to make a difference - heal the world. Who are we rescuing?
An illuminating curriculum that is delivered in alignment with its intent, brightens lives. It is not about programming minds to regurgitate information on command. We need to ensure children continue to THINK and CREATE.
How we grow, nobody knows. We do our best; we reap what we sow. Yet, in the end, whatever is harvested belongs and is loved.
A fable to help describe the process of one recovering racist. If you can relate, I hope it sheds light on what you may need to do.
It's not always the most massive, traumatic events that cause residual harm. It's the every day, unquestioned and accepted things. Look deeper. Peace starts with each one of us.
When faced with neglect, we fill with a plethora of…
The Book of Job teaches us that we can do…
A little plum tree tells the story of life's struggle and glory, and the parts we are born to play in it.
I'm feeling brave this morning. Not that I shy away…
The anger and shame of racism belongs to every one of us, and each one of us needs to do the work in facing and transforming that energy, with real courage. This is what will affect real change.
What can surfing teach us about leading in times of crisis?