What is the sense of our small effort?

What is the sense of our small effort?

The upheaval we’re experiencing—from a toxic public discourse to the airing of grievances to the gridlock on important issues—can feel overwhelming and make us feel so small. We can wonder, perhaps even worry, about the sense of our small efforts.

Martin Luther King Jr. Day and our walls

Martin Luther King Jr. Day and our walls

If we wish to do something about the condition of our country, if we seek to improve our individual and shared lives, then let us tear down the walls that exist between us. Let us instead use our energies to build paths to one another so that we can, together, create a more hopeful society.

Post nasty midterms: 5 steps to engendering (real) hope

Post nasty midterms: 5 steps to engendering (real) hope

The incredibly nasty midterm elections have finally passed. Now what? I believe you don’t need to lie down and accept the current state of affairs, but that there are five practical steps you can take to engender more hope in our lives, communities and society. We must act. And you can.