An architect friend recently told me about 100 year old monuments his firm re-embedded into new bridgework. The monuments remember
“I had murdered them all myself.” G.K. Chesterton’s Father Brown detective stories are unique in their search for human wrongdoing.
Culture promotes a popular myth concerning the teenage years: 13-18 year olds listen more to their peers than their parents.
In Complications: A Surgeon’s Notes on an Imperfect Science Dr. Atul Gawande writes: “We look for medicine to be an
One lesson I learn over and over again is how much I should not judge my moment in time as
“Why shouldn’t I kill you right now?” I would pose the jolting question to juniors in high school laying foundations
We affix labels to identify who we think people are. Labels make our lives easier. Yes, labeling is really naming.
The phrase “mission drift” means that an organization has lost its focus. Taking a cue from NASA, leadership training indicates
We like people to go “by the numbers.” Many believe that our ability to quantify everything is important. Test scores
My mom grew up in The Great Depression. She knows how to make a penny scream for mercy. For 50