If civic engagement is increased, then everyone comes out ahead.
Here is an article written by my wife, Lyn: Chocolate, Tea and Coffee—Yum! This year my holiday gift list includes chocolate from Madagascar, tea from Kenya, and coffee from Panama, products purchased here in the US that support agriculture in developing countries. As a Peace Corps volunteer in Kenya I learned many things—a new language, …
The places of happiness are infinite, the sources never-ending
When something is commonplace, we often either neglect it or overuse it
The world would be poorer if we were all like him
Today is World Toilet Day. Be thankful every time you flush. One third of the world’s population doesn’t have this luxury, which really is far more than a convenience. Some consider the toilet the single greatest invention in terms of preventing deaths. So the next time you flush, think about the more than two billion …
No one approach solves all problems
Most end-of-life decisions revolve around quality of life matters
The title says it all.
Our character is cultivated in our relationships and who we are is measured against the effect it has upon others