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In my book The Power of Principled Inclusion, I discuss the place of our personal principles in shaping both our internal sense of ourselves and our relationship to outer world, being all those we encounters and with whom we interact.  I stress the importance of each of us always being…

  Being a native of the great and flat state of Nebraska (GO BIG RED!) and then moving to the also notoriously flat Kansas, I always looked forward to every summer growing up. Why? Well, because it meant that my family was going to pack into our 1998 Dodge Caravan…

Yes, folks, there’s a lot of Black History in the U.S.  In fact, the extent of Black History, in the Arts, Education, Industry, Invention, in Religion, and whatever else you want to mention is remarkable.  It does leave one a bit chagrined that people are surprised to find that it…

Mike Sawaya

This time of Thanksgiving is different than many we have had for the last few decades.  Now we are all facing the threat of an invisible pathogen that we are trying hard to avoid.   Maybe we lost a loved one and certainly we have missed seeing many loved ones and…