A once in a century crisis is unfolding around us – across the globe we each are threatened by the dark specter of an invisible enemy that threatens our lifestyles, our jobs, our families … our very lives.
Each of us is wrestling to sort out...
With special thanks to old friend Danny for reminding me:
Somewhere today a mother bade her kids goodbye (perhaps only from a distance) and walked into a hospital to face an unseen enemy.
A father only figuratively hugged his wife before he put on his scrubs and...
Maybe it takes crisis for all of us to realize and embrace our priorities.
Over the course of only two weeks most of us have begun to acknowledge:
Healthcare workers are more important than entertainers
Grocery store employees render a service far more critical than athletes
We have decisions to make today.
While a seeping fear roils our world with the spread of the corona virus – our media outlets bombard with the latest numbers – and the financial markets continue to slide – there is a tendency for all of us...
Theodore Geisel was ready to give up on his dream.
Twenty-seven publishers couldn’t be wrong.
“Your fanciful little books have no commercial value.”
But it was a dream that would not die easily.
Perhaps that’s why when he ran into an old college buddy that day on the street...