The more we distance ourselves from our neighbor, the more we estrange ourselves. The more we unfriend people who disagree with us, the more we create gaps and echo chambers and an inability to engage in meaningful and transformative dialogue.
Being caught doodling was a horrible feeling. It was like being caught in the act of … something inappropriate.
I am more self-aware today and am also aware that I must display the same grace that I would expect from anyone else. The real work, the inner work, begins now.
How to feed your friends in exchange for valuable feedback that will feed your brand or business.
“MLK did not tell us that love would gently wash the hate away. He did not tell us to hug it out. He told us to drive it out. And this requires action.”
“There are no words to express how simultaneously star struck and disappointed by his attitude I was. But, Gene Simmons got bumped so I could sleep in, and that’s kind of cool.”
I was recently interviewed by my friend Jason Sowell (a rock star in his own right) for his podcast, “Boldly Going,” over at State-Lines.com. We had lots of fun talking about […]