January 2020

The week a gun rally in Virginia became a Trumpy version of MLK’s dream

January 21st 2020

This year MLK Day mixed with a gun-rights rally, the American culture war, and real mass shootings. I’ve said that America’s greatest export is non-intentional irony, but nothing this week seemed to lack intent.

Trust and relationship come from the humanity of pause

January 2nd 2020

I took this week away from social media, so I could travel to San Francisco anbd care for a friend who is nearing the end of his life. These thoughts on the humanity of pause build on earlier ideas I’ve shared fro Erazim Kohak, and were inspired by the book Thank You for Being Late by Thomas L. Friedman.