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What Is Old Seems New Again …

Since the earliest days of COVID, I have been struck by the parallels between the onset of the HIV/AIDS crisis as the onset of COVID.  I say that as a 54-year-old gay man who was just 12 when HIV/AIDS first … Continue reading

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The Power of the Personal Inventory

One of my favorite parts of the 12 Step movement is something called a daily inventory.  The daily inventory was born from the 10th Step which reads: “We continued to take personal inventory, and, when we were wrong, promptly admitted … Continue reading

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Closed vs. Open Sourcing

One of my favorite things to do in life is bring together two ideas that seemingly have NOTHING to do with each other – and explore expected parallels.  As a former classroom teacher, I love getting people to think in … Continue reading

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Questions Raised by the Kyle Rittenhouse Verdict?

Today’s decision in the Kyle Ritttenhouse case was a tough decision to process – whether you supported the decision, opposed it, or weren’t quite sure what to make of it.  Rather than try to use my space to present my … Continue reading

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What Is It That You Are Growing?

This fall, I’ve been engaged in the process of re-defining my relationship with social media.  My effort started for very practical reasons.  By blending my personal and vocational lives online, I didn’t have a place that was just “mine” to … Continue reading

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