Each teacher or mentor has cast a shadow on our lives. What should we do? Continue reading 3 ways to honor your mentors
I’ve been coming to New York City in the spring for almost 20 years, usually to attend and often to … Continue reading alone in the big city
May we all be wise as serpents and harmless as doves. May we roar with the Lion of Judah and rest in the Lamb of God. Deliver us from temptation. Lead us beside still waters. Continue reading beginnings and benedictions
I’m speaking at 2011 Wordcamp Detroit this weekend, a gathering of bloggers using the Wordpress content management system. As a convenience for participants (and you), I’m posting here some links and resources I referred to. Continue reading the cheat sheet
To reflect in concise ways is becoming a necessary and important skill Continue reading to tweet, or not to tweet
If we are going to sustain a democracy, we need accurate information to make thoughtful decision of our own. It’s more complex than “just the facts,” perhaps, but it is also more important than it’s true because I think it’s true. Continue reading all the news unfit to print
Last night there were six of them sitting on our front porch after supper, sipping tea and talking about things that matter. I like that about our front porch. And I like that about tea. They both encourage meaningful conversation.