Category Archives: Angels

Meditation in Pátzcuaro

In late October my wife Carmen and I spent a week in the central Mexican town of Pátzcuaro, well-known as a site for Day of the Dead celebrations. We were blessed to stay with a Mexican family only a block from the central plaza in a house built over two hundred years old. By day […]

On Dignity

Of many words that define good relationships with others, such as trust, respect, care and understanding, the word dignity often seems to have a lesser place. Yet what word better defines the need we experience in society today? It is almost taken for granted that we live in a world where people can expect not […]

On Redemption

As a helper to people navigating their lives at work, I want to bring the very best of myself to every exchange. Yet there are times when the best of myself would never be enough. The solutions to the deep challenges that people face follow no special formula; for example, the linked, uphill struggles to […]

World Beyond Our World

The other day on NPR I listened to the story of 9/11 survivor, Brian Clark, a now retired executive vice president for Euro Bankers, who had been at work in the South Tower that day fifteen years ago. He is one of the few survivors to get out of the building from above where the […]