Thoughts on a trail with no vistas, one foggy fall morning in 2014.
We returned to work on Monday with dirt still under our fingernails. The previous week, whiskers turned tame faces rough as sandpaper from days traversing water and forested passageways sans common luxuries. Five […]
Have you ever felt overwhelmed by the amount of information that surrounds you? We’re bombarded incessantly with high-speed streams of data, trivia, minutiae. But how do we navigate it without drowning […]
Have you ever noticed that common marks among solid leaders often include reading and the frequent exchange of ideas? I’ve heard it said that “readers are leaders,” which rings true […]
Over the past decade, tens of thousands of miles traversed, and forty two states visited (or more — I’d have to check my log), I’m come to love the energy […]
First of all, if you haven’t seen the introduction to this series, get an idea of what this is, how we’re exploring cultural exegesis, and what “shadows of truth” are […]
Last summer, on a flight between Chicago and Portland, I settled into my seat with book in hand, as was my common practice. Part way through the flight, the college-aged […]