A Seat At The Table

Photo by rawpixel.com on Unsplash   I found myself actually asking for “a seat at the table” this week (in a conversation about a potential job).  I guess this post by Simon Ensor resonated so much in my mind that it came out in my speaking. Simon asks us to consider what it means to have a seat... Continue Reading →

Language That Sets You Free

Martin Pistororius was 12 years old when he fell ill.  His parents and his doctors did not know what was wrong with him, but he grew sicker and sicker until he finally fell into a vegetative state.  His doctors recommended that his family put him into a full-time care facility and wait for him to... Continue Reading →

The Reading Wars Revisited

        I woke up this morning in the wee hours with the strange thought going through my head that it was time to gird up my loins, put on some armor, get ready for battle, and head back out to front lines of war. The Reading Wars, that is. I have been... Continue Reading →

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