The quiet that runs deeper than any story.
It’s Not What You Write or Say That’s Perfect. It’s the Whole Moment That Can Be Perfect.
The tension is still rising. The consequences couldn’t be much higher.
Facing the unknown provides the deepest curriculum we will ever encounter.
In a Democracy, freedom for one must be enlightened by responsibility for considering the effect of that freedom on others.
As long as men see women primarily in terms of our own needs and projections, we will always be dissatisfied with our relationships with them.
Kindness is the brother of joy, the sister of compassion, the father of insight, and the mother of transformation.
A great gift to yourself and anyone you interact with.
This is a battle for democracy, justice, our rights, well-being, and humanity.
Patience and personal strength.
When students better understand themselves and the causes of apathy, they can find ways to remedy it.
The movie “Vice” and speaking out for the Fairness Doctrine.
Ritually facing the darkest time of year might remind us that this is what nature calls to us to do, to face the darkness so the light will come again.
Protecting ourselves from the malware of hate this holiday season.
The best cure for the numbing effect of the news: Taking informed, compassionate action.
Our words can be the way we speak a self into existence.