Today, I would like to write about something I know little of (so you say: “What else is new?”) motherhood, in particular John Lewis’s mother.
Tell Your Story/Listen to Mine
Coming home from a political rally downtown I wondered to myself if there was any hope. Can we as a country ever come together? Can we stop our verbal attacks Read More
On the Power of Telling Our Stories
Some stories leave me speechless. Alex Landau in his StoryCorps sharing with his mother in Traffic Stop is just such a story. In Traffic Stop, Alex recalls a horrendous Read More
Swords into Plowshares
Monica Araya may not look like the prophet Isaish, but she truly speaks like him in her June 2016 TED Talk: A small country with big ideas to get rid Read More
Statement on Racial Violence in the U.S.
Just sharing some well thought out ideas about the role each of us plays in today’s violence and things we can do to stop it. I especially liked: “We need Read More
Blame vs. Compassion
I was the number four boy growing up during the ‘50’s in a family of seven children. I had four brothers, two older and two younger and two sisters, one Read More
It’s Time to Speak Up and End the Violence
A couple of weeks ago, a good friend of mine sent me a notice of the USA Tour of the major relics of St. Maria Goretti and suggested that I Read More
Through the Lens of a Camera
What is it like to be an Arab woman in an Arab world and why would a Passionist Partner care about that? In today’s TED Talk, Laura Boushnak gives us an Read More